Hatter A madman who sits always at tea, every since Time stopped working for him. It merely means that you are on an uncommon route in life and that you have the ability to see beyond what others see! Why is a writing desk like a Raven??? After slaying the monster and giving the rule of Underland back to the good White Queen, Alice returns to Victorian society a changed woman. In the end Alice wakes up in her lap and tells her her adventures. Crow Chapter 4 ; a huge black bird that flies over the wood during the fight of Tweedledum and Tweedledee. This group is represented by the Red Queen who is ridiculed in the movie - she is big-headed, likes her pies, her pig and her fat boys. The King of Hearts leads the proceedings, and various witnesses approach the stand to give evidence. As a consequence, she grows rapidly into a giant.
White Rabbit Alice's adventures begin when she follows the White Rabbit down the rabbit-hole. The evidence produced against him is unjust. Bielle Haymar - Bayard's wife. For example, he is exceptionally busy and always running late, just like an average adult. She eats the cookie after being told the tale of the Curious Oysters, because a child will sometimes disobey and do something even after being told it is wrong. Flamingos and hedgehogs Chapter 8, 9 ; they are used as mallets and balls during the game of croquet.
. The Bird in the Tree. Now I'm not saying this is right, or wrong because this is my opinion on it. It's about a spiritual journey thru the underworld of the unconscious to confront the dark powers that be and emerge a liberated and empowered person who knows who she is. He constantly falls asleep and is mistreated by the Hare and the Hatter.
I wonder and am very curious if anyone knows whether Lewis Carroll or someone he knew very well, had a traumatic brain injury. A child going through puberty encounters similar changes also. Caterpillar Wise, enigmatic, and unshakably mellow, the Caterpillar gives Alice some valuable advice about how to get by in Wonderland. Since she's tired of growing larger and smaller due to circumstances beyond her control, the Caterpillar teaches her to eat parts of the mushroom to control her size. Why, it's as much as I can do to see real people, by this light. Kitty Chapter 1, 11, 12 ; the black kitten, already washed and according to Alice the cause of her dream. We are doing the children's play this year with our youth group and one of the board members said that she hates Alice in Wonderland because it doesn't make any sense.
Disney's 1951 animation omits the Mouse, the Duck, the Fish Footman, the Frog Footman, the Duchess, the Cook, the pig-baby, the giant puppy, the Gryphon, the Mock Turtle and the Knave of Hearts. Generally speaking, Alice's simplicity owes a great deal to Victorian feminine passivity and a repressive domestication. The pool of tears becomes a sea, and as she treads water she meets a Mouse. He was also on the rowing trip where Carroll first told the story to Alice and her sisters. It is a world of madness and unhappiness. These two symbolic meanings work together to highlight Alice's need to hold onto her feelings of childlike innocence that she must vacate as she grows older.
Wragg and the White Queen might have been twin-sisters. How shall he picture thee? Also, it is just a story, and as the metaphors used in it are primarily creative metaphors then the meaning can vary from reader to reader, and the interpretations are virtually infinite. Although Alice initially thinks she is silly, she grows frightened of her. The Queen of Hearts A tyrannical and maniacal ruler of Wonderland, she represents the most cruel of irrational impulses. Dodo Chapter 2, 3 ; another creature that fell into the pool. It is said that they represent the Liddell sisters see.
Through his work, Lewis Carroll demonstrates the difficulty of growing up by the use of symbolism. To Conclude Some critics have also focused on psychoanalyzing other characters in Alice. Later on, the March Hare is a witness during the trial. The Cheshire Cat explains the nonsense and insanity of Wonderland. Lady Ascot - Hamish's mother. However, there is no denying that psychoanalysis remains one of the milestones of Alice interpretation, and certainly has affected and still affects all work done on Alice and Lewis Carroll.
Disruption Alice quickly discovers during her adventures that the only reliable part of wonderland that she can count on is that it will anger her expectations and challenge her understanding of the order of the world in which she lives. He explained that even though algebra had been reduced to a seemingly absurd but logical set of operations, eventually some sort of meaning would be restored. Plum-pudding Chapter 9 ; The Red Queen also introduces this one to Alice but she cuts a slice from it anyway. Musicians such as Tom Petty and Dero Goi of Oomph! This situation may also be about peer pressure while growing up. The Mad Hatter and the Cook both give their testimony, but none of it makes any sense. He is manic yet shy.
We get our first clue about the madness of Wonderland by the White Rabbit. She tries to protect her eggs. He probably is the March Hare from the first book. The garden may symbolize the Garden of Eden, an idyllic space of beauty and innocence that Alice is not permitted to access. They live in a treacle well. The garden, full of beautiful colors and cool fountains, is an idyllic vision and Alice is desperate to get to it. The rabbit travels throughout Wonderland, and wherever he goes, so does Alice.