Jabberwocky Theme

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Wonderland is a strange and crazy world, only to be found through a rabbit hole in the trunk of a tree. Lewis Carroll created a mythical world with stories for readers to use their imaginations. His stories can be found in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-Glass, What Alice Found There and a nonsense poem “Jabberwocky”. Carroll was able to take current events from the time period and enter them into his work. He has created creatures within Wonderland know as Jabberwocky, which can only be found within this world. The themes and unique vocabulary used in his stories will be reviewed.
The Jabberwocky is describing the creatures of the place called Wonderland. Wonderland is a strange and crazy world that is entered by the
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Considering the fact the poem was originally published in the Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll. The poem itself was just the first stanza and was published in a magazine Carroll put together for his family and friends. Jabberwocky is part of a larger children's story that has gone sort of a way. The rhyming and the fantasy characters pin the poem down as something reads when people were younger. Critics have been raving about Carroll for decades on how they just love the way he manages his fantastical…show more content…
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