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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Read Time: 2.0 to 2.5 hours (26525 words)
A White Rabbit, who runs in front of Alice’s eyes, takes a watch out of its waistcoat pocket, looks at it and says, "Oh dear! I shall be late!" Following the Rabbit, Alice tumbles down its hole and finds a door to a very beautiful garden, a door too small for her to go through. Finally she reaches the garden by swimming through a pool of her own tears. Although in the past she had often seen a cat without a grin, in the land she discovers, for the first time, a grin...
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A White Rabbit, who runs in front of Alice’s eyes, takes a watch out of its waistcoat pocket, looks at it and says, "Oh dear! I shall be late!"

Following the Rabbit, Alice tumbles down its hole and finds a door to a very beautiful garden, a door too small for her to go through. Finally she reaches the garden by swimming through a pool of her own tears. Although in the past she had often seen a cat without a grin, in the land she discovers, for the first time, a grin without a cat. And then appears the Queen of Hearts, ordering the decapitation of anybody who dissatisfies her - something which is really easy to do...


"Alice" is probably the one single case in the history of literature where one text contains two books at the same time: one for children, and the other for mature grown-ups. First published in 1865 and immediately extremely popular, the book was translated into 125 languages, including Esperanto and Faroese.

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Title Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Author Lewis Carroll
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Language English
Available Formats MOBI, EPUB, PDF

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