CliffsNotes on Carroll's Alice in Wonderland

CliffsNotes on Carroll's Alice in Wonderland

CliffsNotes on Carroll's Alice in Wonderland

CliffsNotes on Carroll's Alice in Wonderland

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The novel is composed of twelve brief chapters; it can be read in an afternoon. Each of the brief chapters, furthermore, is divided into small, individual, almost isolated episodes. And the story begins with Alice and her sister sitting on the bank of a river reading a book which has no pictures or dialogue in it. “… and what is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversations?” Thus, we find many pictures and read much dialogue (although very little of it makes sense) in this novel.

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