Quote by Lewis Carroll : “You’re mad, bonkers, completely off your head. ”
“Oh, you ca’n’t help that,” said the Cat: “ we ‘re all mad here. I’m mad . You ‘re mad .” “How do you know I’m mad ?” said Alice .
“The Mad Hatter: Have I gone mad ? Alice: I’m afraid so . You ‘re entirely bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret.
Preview — Alice in Wonderland by Jane Carruth. “But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked. “Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: ” we ‘ re all mad here .
The Underland Underground Resistance is first mentioned by the Dormouse during the Mad Tea Party when she, The March Hare and the Mad Hatter say the sentence “Downal wyth Bluddy Behg Hid!” (“Down with the Bloody Big Head” in english) which Alice does not understand.
‘ `But I don’t want to go among mad people,’ Alice remarked. `Oh, you can’t help that,’ said the Cat : ` we ‘ re all mad here . I’m mad .
The Cheshire Cat is sometimes interpreted as a guiding spirit for Alice, as it is he who directs her toward the March Hare’s house and the mad tea party, which eventually leads her to her final destination, the garden.
zooming at some topics of this novel, we come up to understand that Little Alice suffers from Hallucinations and Personality Disorders , the White Rabbit from General Anxiety Disorder “I’m late”, the Cheshire Cat is schizophrenic , as he disappears and reappears distorting reality around him and subsequently driving
Some might hide their Mad Hatter and hardly let him do what he wants, while others enjoy letting him loose and have a lot of fun with him. Yet I’m sure that everyone loves him. Alice is in Love with the Mad Hatter celebrates our inner child – even if it’s not always logical nor does it always make sense.
If you’ ve gone mad , you’ ve lost your mind. Just like it’s more common to be angry than to be insane , you’re more likely to use mad to describe someone who’s ticked off than to describe someone who has serious mental problems. If you say you’re “ mad about” something, you’re saying you like it so much it distracts you.
“ How long is forever ?” “Sometimes, just one second.”
Alice in wonderland syndrome ( AIWS ) describes a set of symptoms with alteration of body image. An alteration of visual perception is found in that way that the sizes of body parts or sizes of external objects are perceived incorrectly. The most common perceptions are at night.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland represents the child’s struggle to survive in the confusing world of adults. To understand our adult world, Alice has to overcome the open-mindedness that is characteristic for children. Apparently, adults need rules to live by.
Since 1986, October 6 is marked as the Mad Hatter Day — a famous character in Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The 10/6 refers to the cost of a hat — 10 shillings and 6 pence, and later became the date and month to celebrate Mad Hatter Day.