Review: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll
Alice is a little girl laying down in her sister’s lap at the garden, she starts feeling very bored and sleepy, so she peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it did not caught Alice’s attention. After all, what is the use of a book without pictures? Suddenly, she saw a White Rabbit running and saying to itself “Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be late!”, but for Alice that wasn’t remarkable, not even a little unusual.
I already knew these awkward moments in the story - but really Alice? Oh, I’m sorry, of course is very normal see a rabbit running and saying things. One is passing by me right now.
And I know that story was written for kids, but even they have some sense of reality. Alice just convince herself that something about that was very strange when the rabbit took a watch out of its waist-coat-pocket. And she thinks that is a good idea to follow the rabbit a hole down and here, as everyone should know, the plot begins.
I have to confess that I did not change my mind about Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, for me it’s just too awkward and throughout the tale I just thought “Oh, my god! Alice is an annoying child!”. Over the entire book she just cried and intruded where she should not. However, Lewis Carroll’s writing is high quality and easy to engage, I would consider reading another one of his. But, PLEASE, take Alice’s head off!
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