Alice in Wonderland
Posted by Ann Newman on
In Lewis Carroll's classic children's tale, Alice wanders through the land that exists 'down the rabbit hole', finding many surprises and amazing characters along the way. Having read this book and its sister publication, Alice Through The Looking Glass many times as a child, I feel familiar with their many vignettes and twists and turns. However, only in my later adulthood, do I realise that so many situations in life are reflected in these masterpieces. For example, the action of looking at another world through a mirror (looking glass) and then finding oneself melted into it, only to discover everything...