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Title: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Author: Lewis Carroll
Reading Reference: Gutenberg eBook
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (generally Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 English kid's story through Lewis Carroll (a pseudonym of Charles Dodgson). A younger lady named Alice falls through a hollow rabbit right into a delusion of anthropomorphic creatures. It is visible as a top instance of the literary nonsense genre. Its play with common sense offers the tale a lasting reputation with adults in addition to youngsters.
One of the best-regarded works of Victorian English fiction, its narrative, structure, characters, and imagery have significantly affected famous lifestyle and literature, particularly within the delusion genre. The ebook has by no means been out of print and has been translated into ninety-seven minor languages. Its legacy covers diversifications for stage, screen, radio, art, ballet, subject matter parks, board video games, and video video games. Carroll posted a sequel in 1871 entitled Through the Looking-Glass and a shortened model for younger youngsters, The Nursery "Alice," in 1890.
Few trips are as unusual or as thrilling as Alice's experience down the rabbit hollow into Wonderland. Alice, a bored little lady, all of the sudden encounters a terrified - and talking - white rabbit at the same time as gambling outside. Her interest aroused, she determined to comply with him. Falling an impossibly lengthy manner down a rabbit hollow, Alice reveals herself in Wonderland. An anarchic tea birthday celebration that by no means ends, an enigmatic cat that disappears besides for its smile, residing gambling playing cards, and croquet mallets are simply a number of the unusual matters she encounters. Nothing makes sense - however, in Wonderland, it is now no longer meant to. One of the maximum well-known delusion testimonies ever written, Alice in Wonderland is ready aside through Lewis Carroll's delightfully twisted common sense and inimitable manner with words. It's a pleasure to examine for adults and youngsters alike.
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The story opens with a girl named Alice, who accidentally enters the world of the book while reading with her sister. There, she experienced many things that are not in reality. The talking rabbit, the pills that can change size and size, and the playing cards that move, and when she suddenly wakes up after being caught in a crisis, she realizes that this is just a long dream of her own.
I closed the book and rubbed my tired eyes; I fell into a quiet meditation. When I read it as a child, I thought Alice was so happy to enter the world of the book, even if it was a dream.
We all have dreams. Has Alice's dream come true?
Of course, we are not just thinking about her dream when we read this book. In the beginning, Alice has just fallen into the hole, initially thought she would cry and lose her mind like ordinary girls. Still, I was wrong; she presented her optimistic and robust side to the reader so that we know that the story's main character is not a weak and timid little girl. And later in the exchange with the poker soldiers and the queen showed her intelligence and bravery.
Alice is such a girl; let us read her story can not help but like her, to go because she experienced the ups and downs and heartbeat, go because she escaped from trouble and happy.
And this is such a girl, let me think of myself. I also have my dream, also have indulged in fantasies of joy or crying. And more than anything else, I want to go into the book to experience the thrill of going beyond the ordinary. I used to think that dreams were so unattainable because there is always a gap between dreams and reality; how far away is the dream wonderland? Can I walk to the place where I can reach out my hand?
The cover shows Alice smiling and sitting under a red maple tree with her sister. The maple leaves are red and sprinkled all over the ground. I can't help but smile, the same smile as Alice; she can be so brave and optimistic, why not me? Why can't I? Although the dream is distant, although not honest, the heart is fundamental; what cannot be done as long as there is a heart?
When I look up at the sky again, my eyes will not be confused. The Big Dipper in the north will change its direction with the seasons, but the focus of life will not change because of time. Alice has woken up from her dream, and my dream is just beginning.
This is a storybook, the story inside the absurd, bizarre and ridiculous; this is a book of only a hundred pages, only a little girl in a long afternoon to meet a variety of impossible animals and people; this is also a book even in the fairy tale books are incredibly ordinary, all the characters in the story can talk, have their ideas - this is not like any fairy tale book. -This is hardly any different from any fairy tale.
However, this is a book that has become a popular children's book around the world. One writer said that when he first read Alice in Wonderland, he "laughed so hard that his mother finally had to come out to see who was telling me the jokes." Why would an ordinary fairy tale book have such an appeal? With doubts, I gently opened the book's title page and came to Alice's world: the dreamy wonderland.
From the beginning to the end, the whole story is so strange. Alice has been inexplicably bigger and smaller, so much so that she almost drowned in her tears; she met a lot of animals and a lot of people, trying to talk to them, but they are entirely abnormal and not friendly; she kept asking this and that, but the other side - whoever it is - will not give her a logical answer. And yet Alice would believe it! All of this made me laugh and cry so much. When Alice was sleepwalking, I seemed to be sleepwalking too. I saw many mistakes in front of my eyes, and I, however, could not do anything about it: is this the so-called "Wonderland"?
But when the whole book was finished, I had a completely different feeling. It was only when I stepped out of "Wonderland" for a moment that I suddenly realized that it was a wonderland.
First of all, there was a cute little girl there. Although he sometimes hesitates on whether the cat eats bats or not, this is not a hindrance to her cute. Alice is brave; she is not afraid of any strange place and enough to make others bow down to the majesty. She dares to say to the queen who will chop off someone's head if she doesn't move: "Who cares about you! You're just a deck of cards! You are nothing else!" She dares to say hello to any stranger, to argue with anyone, to ask any question. Of course, she does all of this with basic manners, no matter how rude the onlookers are. Alice has everything a child should have and nothing a child shouldn't have as a little girl. From here, I finally knew what an average child should be like; from her words and actions, I seemed to have recovered my childhood that I had lost too soon and the innocence that a child should have.
Secondly, it was a pure world. There was no heart and no rivalry, and Alice's little tricks, though extremely obvious, went unnoticed. Purity and absurdity, two seemingly far apart words, are united here. Perhaps it is the absurdity that makes it pure? Or is it because it is sure that it appears to be out of the "norm"? Or is it that there is nothing there, that it is normal, that I am just overthinking? Too deep.
When reading this book, I was afraid that I was thinking too deeply or too much. Because this book is to meet the reader "the pleasure of reading" and create, that's all. So that's the third reason I like it: it's so simple, without any "deeper meaning" of writing. Think about us now; sometimes, reading a sentence needs to be chewed over and over again and needs to be tested over and over again.
Alice's story is over, the last time I woke up, she was still under the big tree, and it was time to go for afternoon tea (the cups and plates were clean, of course). And I'm going to sleep after reading this story in the early hours of the morning. Hopefully, I can follow Alice's footsteps in my dreams and come to that wonderland - oh no, not necessarily that wonderland, as long as it is a pure place. This place is compatible with the innocence that belongs only to the children. I dare not say I will be as fearless as Alice, but I will try to do it, do it back to the old days, do it back to the way a little girl should be.
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I read "Alice in Wonderland" by British author Charles Ludwig Dodgson. This book brought me into the fantasy fairy tale kingdom and made me feel a pure dream.
The story is about a little girl, Alice, chasing a rabbit in a summer meadow. The rabbit wears an undershirt with pockets and a pocket watch in the bag. A wonderful world unfolded when the little girl followed the rabbit and jumped into a hole under a short tree.
This world does not obey any law; there is no logic, the mighty king and queen are two playing cards, the Cheshire cat whose body has disappeared and smile remain, the caterpillar smoking an oriental water pipe, the baby who turns into a piglet as soon as it leaves the house, and the food that cannot be predicted to become bigger or smaller when people eat it.
In this fantastical and crazy world, Alice seems to be the only one who is awake. She keeps exploring and asking "who am I" simultaneously, and while studying, she keeps learning about herself and growing up.
After reading this book, I was captivated by the plot of the book. I felt like I was Alice, running and flying with her. An excellent picture unfolded before my eyes, with an unexpected character suddenly appearing, sometimes on the verge of danger, and occasionally turning into a success. My mood also rose and fell with it, when she drank the shrinking potion into a mini Alice, chased by the beast, I was anxious for her; when she became a giant, all the bullies are afraid of her, I laughed with joy; when she used a clever scheme to defeat the Queen of Hearts, I was proud of her.
I like Alice, I like her cleverness and bravery, purity and kindness, and I appreciate her willingness to help others. You see her face some strange people or things when calm, not surprised, how brave; you see her face a small goose are courteous, how loving.
Suppose we were all like Alice, how wonderful the world would be. People respect each other, no disputes, no quarrels, there will be no war in the world, like the fairy tale world in the book.