Resources

resources-chaptersChapters and script

The full texts of the Alice in Wonderland books, quotes, summaries, and the script from the Disney movie.

Original texts

The lost chapter

Quotes

Summaries

Disney movie script

 

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resources-linksLinks

Links to other Alice in Wonderland related pages

 

resources-conclusionConclusion

Conclusion

resources-picturesPictures

Pictures from the Alice books, the original manuscript, screencaps from Disney’s movie, and several photographs.

Pictures by source

Pictures by character

 

resources-backgroundBackground information

General information about the creation of both Alice in Wonderland books, Disney’s movie, the author, the real Alice and the illustrator.

resources-analysisAnalysis

Deeper analyses of the origins of the texts and illustrations, characters, themes and motives, and finding ‘hidden meanings’ in the Alice books.

Origins

  • Story origins
    Things out of Lewis Carroll’s environment that inspired him when writing the story of Alice in Wonderland.
  • Picture origins
    Things that inspired John Tenniel’s illustrations
  • Poem origins
    The original poems that were parodied by Carroll in his story

Literary elements

Interpretive essays

 


“Where shall I begin, please your Majesty?” He asked.
“Begin at the beginning,” the King said, very gravely, “and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”