‘101 Famous Quotes From Alice In Wonderland’
Here you find 101 famous happy quotes bundled in an interactive ebook now for you to own.Do you love Alice in Wonderland? If you do, then here is some exiting news for you!
Here is your chance to put the Magic Of Wonderland into your everyday life.
You can start exploring and memorizing these fantastical happy quotes in this interactive ebook called: ‘101 Famous Quotes From Alice In Wonderland’
Curiouser and curiouser
Did you know this famous quote “Curiouser and curiouser!” came from Alice in Wonderland?
Alright you might have known that it is from the book “Alice in Wonderland”, but do you know exactly what made Alice voice these famous words?
Well, this interactive book will give you the answer in a second! You now can quickly find that clever Alice quote you were looking for.
These happy quotes are humorous and enlightening, a wonderful mix of satire and wisdom. You will find them quirky and intriguing, full of meaning and life’s philosophy.
- 101 Famous Alice in Wonderland Quotes
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
- Through the Looking Glass
- And what’s more… it will reveal the long lost missing chapter: “The Wasp In a Wig”.
This downloadable interactive ebook is a complete interactive experience. Each of these “101 Alice Happy Quotes” are linked to the stories. This means that you can easily and quickly find the quote in its original context.
All you need to do is click a quote and you’ll see the page where that quote is in the original story. You’ll be able to read what happened before and after, and which characters were involved. Then click the text on the page and you get back to the quotes.
Here are just a few of the fantastical, illustrated quotes from this interactive ebook:
- Cheshire Cat – “Well! I’ve often seen a cat without a grin; but a grin without a cat! It’s the most curious thing I ever saw in my life!”, Alice, page 53
- White Rabbit – “Oh my fur and whiskers!”, The White Rabbit, page 37
- Dutchess – “If everybody minded their own business, the world would go around a great deal faster than it does”, Duchess, page 50
- Mock Turtle – “Well, I never heard it before, but it sounds uncommon nonsense”, The Mock Turtle, page 76
- The Mad Hatter gives some of the quirkiest lines, as well as the Cheshire Cat, the March Hare, the Duchess and the King and Queen of Hearts.
- Alice – whose clever logic is found in many of the amazing quotes – “Adventures First…Explanations Take Such a Dreadful Time”, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (pages 24-88) by Lewis Carroll
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
In this book Alice falls down a rabbit hole following a busy White Rabbit. This adventure takes Alice from one bizarre situation to another. Alice meets most extraordinary characters and along the way she needs to make sense of the nonsense that creatures of Wonderland engage her in. The clever word play makes it interesting for “children” of any age.
Through the Looking Glass (pages 89-163) by Lewis Carroll
In this story Alice finds herself in a fantastic land where everything is reversed. Alice encounters talking flowers, peculiar kings and queens, and becomes a pawn in a bizarre game of chess involving Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, the amusing nursery-rhyme characters. Alice’s goal is to become a queen in the game.
The Wasp in a Wig (pages 164-168) by Lewis Carroll
This is the long lost missing chapter that Lewis Carroll wrote but never published! It tells about Alice’s encounter with an odd wasp-faced man. You’ll find an excellent, never before seen quote from that chapter…and what’s more, you will see a brand new Wasp in a Wig illustration!