Madness Explanation In Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

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Alice's adventures in wonderland is a fantasy book wrote by Lewis Carroll in 1865. The author wrote it due to his friend's daughter, Alice Liddell's request. But Carroll sent the book to publication before handed it to Alice. The book is about a girl named Alice and her weird but fun encounters in the wonderland, everything happens there is disorder. She met a serial of strange things, surely those are fun adventures, and other characters like the white rabbit, Caterpillar, the Cheshire cat, The mad hatter, King and Queen of Hearts, they occasionally mock Alice. The story is totally absurd and nonsense but it's still very amusing to read. The story takes place on a summer day, at the riverbank, Alice and her sister sits there reading, and…show more content…
I can see some of the madness logic in this part through their conversation. The mad hatter and March Hare are trapped in the teatime, it's always 6 o'clock for them so the tea party is endless. They told Alice that the time in wonderland is a specific "him" instead of "it", and they're punished by him. Also, the queen is accusing the hatter of murdering time. It's quite scary to know this consider at the beginning of the book the white rabbit looks at the watch and rush up. It's certainly a surprise that Stuck in time or the frozen time is such a popular and wonderful scientific topic nowadays, and Lewis Carroll had this concept in mind 150 years…show more content…
I enjoy reading it because it's all about imagination and childish things which made me feeling young again. I liked it very much as a kid, the illustrations by Sir John Tenniel are great too. But it's totally a different understanding when I read it today as an adult from I was a kid. It's one of the best nonsense literature. As a child, I didn't notice the details and illogic in the book, merely taken it as an interesting children's book. The criticism didn't influence my opinion at all, I'd recommend the book to other because I liked it as a kid, and still like it
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