miércoles, 30 de marzo de 2011

Verónica Peláez Baniela 2ºNI Inglés

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland tells the story of Alice, a young girl who follows the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole. When she comes to the end of the tunnel she realizes that she is entering an unknown world full of fantasy.
Since that moment Alice begins to live singular adventures that are similar to dreams.
There are some tense moments  in which Alice is sad or worried (such as her large tears at the beginning), but in general it is a funny story where she meets lots of creatures such as a lizard or a caterpillar and she listens to many interesting stories from characters like the turtle or is invited to parties celebrated in exciting places.
The book written by Lewis Carroll introduces us in a surrealist world, also using a delicate irony and criticism of the society.
We can dream with Alice until she wakes up just before the Queen of Hearts, the strange woman, wants to cut her head off!
At the end of the book, we read how Alice tells her sister the fantastic dream, and we can appreciate how strong the magic world that she had built is, even her sister begins to imagine herself living that kind of marvellous facts in the fantastic Wonderland.

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