Alice's adventures in Wonderland / Lewis Carroll Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898

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Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898
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Alice, (Fictitious character from Carroll); Fantasy.; Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll) - Juvenile fiction.
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Juvenile; Pre-adolescent; Primary; Adult; Specialized; General
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Not all the inhabitants of Wonderland may be mad, but they are all certainly odd. The Caterpillar, Frog Footman, Duchess, Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter (who is mad), March Hare, Dormouse, Mock Turtle, Gryphon, White Rabbit, and Queen of Hearts do things like play croquet using flamingos and hedgehogs, dance the lobster quadrille, hold nonsensical tea parties, and sometimes vanish without warning. The only indubitably sane creature in the whole group is Alice, puzzling her way through with her good nature and sense of adventure intact. This edition restores the long-lost "Was in a Wig" episode to its original place in chapter 8 of Through the Looking-glass. --back cover
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10418670

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