Alice, an ordinary young girl craving for adventure,
discovers a wonderland in her dreams . . .
On a warm summer day, sitting on a riverbank, Alice is bored and drowsy.
Following a talking White Rabbit, she falls a long way down a
rabbit-hole only to find herself in a dreamlike fantasy world.
Running into some of the most entertaining characters in English
literature—The White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Mock Turtle, the
Cheshire Cat, and the King and Queen of Hearts—and being variously
mistaken for a housemaid, a serpent, a volcano, a flower, and a monster,
all in the breath of a single afternoon, Alice is left intrigued and
bewildered in equal measure.
If this is a magical world, where anything can happen,
how will Alice ever find her way back home?
Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a whimsically
inventive tale, still enchants the readers regardless of their age, with
its exceptionally conjured up nonsense dreamworld and deliciously mad
It has been adapted into various television series and numerous films.
With an enormously influential narrative course, structure, characters,
and imagery, it continues to influence and inspire many other works of
art even a hundred and fifty years after it was first written.