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Alices Unsuccessful Journey Through Wonderland Alice grew up in a white upper class and privileged family She studied lessons in History English Math Etiquette Science and more Alice spent all of her life learning how to be a proper young girl and how to conform to the standards of Victorian society However Alice is all of a sudden thrown into a new wonderland where everything she learned was no longer applicable Most people would try to adapt to the standards of the new society even if it is only temporary but Alice does not do this She does not agree with any of the norms in this Wonderland and the inhabitants will not conform to the way of life that Alice once knew Alice does not fit into this new world and she is not willing to make the necessary changes to do so The society that Alice grew up in was an imperialistic one and she tries to carry this out in the book Alice in Wonderland Because Alice in unsuccessful in her venture to conquer Wonderland she becomes frustrated and throws the world into chaos The main reason that Alice did not conform to the new society is because they do not fit what she was taught Alice appears to be a very well mannered little girl that grew up in a Victorian household In most situations she reacts in a manner that follows the guidelines she has learned Alice is a stubborn little girl that grew up in a stubborn English society This led Alice to be who she is and she wont change for anybody Most children have a very short temper and they are susceptible to throwing temper tantrums which she does at the end of the book She has also been taught of how great England is and how great of an empire they had Some would argue that Alice does conform to these norms simply by growing and
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