Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Review

Joseph Messer, Online Manager

Charles Lutwidge Dodgson wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells of a young girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a world revolving around an authentic theme. Dodgson’s originality shines in new and remarkable ways with this masterpiece. 

I like that it has various characters in which are complete with anthropomorphic qualities and humanoid characteristics, hence giving anyone who reads this novel a feeling of relatability. It, in a way, gives a sense of droll chaos and capricious confusion in the form of an intricate and fragile labyrinth of discursive thoughts and meandering ideas. It gives an extreme perception of insanity, and yet it also simplifies the estranged values and ethics of an overzealous world.

I believe that if you do prefer to enjoy mind-riveting bewilderment as well as the beauty of an eternal tale of mythical principles, then you would enjoy this anecdotal short-story. I envisioned everything as I was reading it. It is a definite “want-to-read” on my list.