Literary nonsense… Alice’s Adventures

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is referred to as one of the most characteristic examples of literary nonsense.  A book in which Lewis Carroll alluded to lessons every British school child was meant to learn, making it something readers found easy to relate to, Alice’s Adventure is a tale that plays with logic, and creates a unique and bewildering world that generations have enjoyed falling down the rabbit hole into.

As Amazon notes:  Mix equal parts creativity, bewilderment, and complete nonsense and you have Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. On a day that begins like any other, Alice notices a rabbit—a rabbit with a pocket watch. She chases after it and stumbles down a hole… and keeps falling and falling and falling. That’s when things start to get weird. She encounters a bizarre cast of characters — the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, a pipe-smoking caterpillar, the Pigeon, a Duchess, the Cook, and the decapitation-happy Queen of Hearts. It’s an adventure of completely intolerable logic, as witty as it is completely insane.

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