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by Lewis Carroll

The sequel to Alice in Wonderland tells the story of what happens to Alice on the other side of the mirror.

Characters: Alice, Humpty Dumpty, Lion, Unicorn, Tweedledum, Tweedledee, White Knight
Keywords: Jabberwocky, mirror, reverses

Critical sites about Through the Looking Glass

“I cried ‘Come, tell me how you live!’ / And thumped him on the head”: Wordsworth, Carroll and the “Aged, Aged Man”
“The “White Knight’s Song” from Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass parodies the meeting between the narrator and the Leech-Gatherer that occurs in the second half of Wordsworth’s poem, a meeting that strives to resolve the conflict which sets that poem in motion.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Simon Malpas
From: Romanticism On the Net Vol. 5 February 1995

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