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Free Study Guide-Alice in Wonderland-Free Online Book Notes Summary
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STUDY QUESTIONS

1. Discuss the novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as a typical representative of Children’s Literature.

2. Discuss the significance of "logic and language" that is used in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

3. What is Carol’s explanation of the ‘Education System’ of his times?


4. In what ways would the novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland be significant to the adult reader?

5. "Fairy Tales are meant to have a moral. They are not vehicles of pleasure."

6. Would you agree with the above statement? Discuss Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with reference to the above statement.

7. Discuss Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as a piece of modern literature.

8. "Today’s Wonder-World Needs Alice" - W H Auden. Do you agree with Auden’s observation.

9. Discuss the character of White Rabbit as presented in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

10. Discuss the significance of the poems in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

11. ‘Fairy Tales are a means through which children and adults escape from the empirical reality to a world of imagination (Escapist Literature)’. IS this applicable to Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

12. Discuss the character of Alice.

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