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Alices Adventures in Wonderland but thats what its called you know The best way to describe Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in Wonderland would be a fictitious fantasy about the real world Although Wonderland is a reality deprived dreamland the ideas of realism and life seem to be more obvious there than on the planet earth Wonderland is found somewhere between logic and the imagination Lewis Carroll successfully takes the reader on a journey down the rabbit hole and into a world of philosophy realism and logic Perhaps the biggest impact of Carrolls stories of Alice is in the world of philosophy Is it possible to see Nobody What would life be like without names for people and objects Is it possible to believe the impossible Questions like these fall from the early characters page after page Carrolls book seems a lighthearted circus like childrens story on the surface but it has proven to be one of the best gifts to philosophers that British literature can offer Perhaps the most well know example is Alices discussion with the White Knight The White Knight has become a symbol for deep thinkers Heath 45-47 After the White Knight tells Alice that the name of his song is called Haddocks Eyes this conversation takes place Oh thats the name of the song is it Alice asked trying to feel interested No you dont understand the Knight said looking a little vexed Thats what the name is called The name really is The Aged Aged Man Then I ought to have said Thats what the song is called Alice corrected herself No you oughtnt thats quite another thing The song is called Ways and Means but thats only what its called you know Well what is the song then said Alice who by this point was completely bewildered I was coming to that the Knight said The song really is A-sitting on a Gate The Knight serves as
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