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

Original texts

The lost chapter



Disney movie script


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

  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
    How a story told to three little girls evolved from Alice’s Adventures Under Ground to the book “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, the publication process, revisions, and other editions.
  • Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there
    About the creation of the sequel and its publication process.
  • John Tenniel’s illustrations
    How the illustrator of both Alice books was chosen, how he cooperated with Carroll, and how the illustrations were created and printed
  • Lewis Carroll
    The author of the Alice in Wonderland books, who’s real name was Charles Ludwidge Dodgson
  • Alice Liddell
    The real girl named Alice, who inspired the Alice in Wonderland stories
  • Disney’s movie
    Disney’s Alice in Wonderland movie
  • Trivia
    Miscellaneous facts about the creation of the books and the author
  • Glossary
    An explanation of terms and phrases that were well known at the time of writing, but are currently less known.
  • Alice on the Stage
    An article from Carroll with his views about how the story came to be and how he meant characters to be like.


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


  • 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.”