Alice in Wonderland -Wonderland is a world of wonders, a world where fairy or elf-like creatures and humans meet and talk with one another!!!
Alice in Wonderland is a story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole & finds herself in a peculiar land. She went to visit garden with her sister. While her sister was reading book Alice was taking a nap and dreaming. Alice saw a white rabbit run into a hole of oak tree. She ran after it and reached on a heap of dry leaves at the foot of deep whole. Alice came to a room and saw a golden key which lay on a glass table. Whenever she took the key a little door opened hidden behind a curtain. Alice knelt down and saw a tunnel no bigger than a ratâ€™s whole. At the end of the tunnel she saw a nice garden and wished to reach there. She came back to table and saw a bottle. Then she drunk the bottleâ€™s liquid and became tiny. But she had forgotten to take the key. Afterward, Alice saw a pink cake box under the table. Alice thought that she will grow big all the way through eating the cake. She ate cake and grew until she touched the roof. She started to weep and soon she was standing in a pool of tears. Then the rabbit brought gloves and a fan. Alice put one of them on and became the right size to go into the garden. Suddenly her foot slipped and fell into the pool of tears. Perhaps it was the sudden dip in to the cool water which made her wake up with a scream. Alice found that she had been dreaming after all.
The story essentially is about a journey of dreaming world. In the story, Alice is curious because she is very young and still finding out about the world around her. She curious about the food and drink she would find in her journey, she always ate and drank beverages she would never known just to figure out what its taste or what itâ€™s used for. Throughout the novel she grows up and matures because she starts to unlock the illogical reasoning of Wonderland and begins to respect their weird habits. Even through all the confusion, she still finds home at the end of the novel. The journey is interesting because a tremendous amount of trauma, grief, discomfort, and confusion as Alice bodies begin to change in new and unfamiliar ways. The story develops with logic in ways that have given the story lasting popularity with children as well as adults. The goal of this story is to hold the interest of children. But it is a frightening fable about the adverse and inevitable loss of childhood innocence.
Massages of the Story:
Curiosity comes from a desire to find answers to questions and a want to learn. It is not inherently bad to be curious. It is natural and normal to be curious.
Submitted By: Cute Chakma