About Alice

The queerness of nonsense language and the bizarre rules and regulation the creatures try to impose on Alice tell us much about the terrifying arbitrariness of the world she has to operate in. One of the great appeals is that […] they dramatise the puzzling nature of identity in a world dominated by rules and rulers that remain obstinately unpredictable and indecipherable.

Hugh Haughton — Introduction to Alice in Wonderland and Through The Looking-Glass

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