It’s always six o’ clock now. ‘ A bright idea came into Alice’s head. ` Is that the reason so many tea-things are put out here?’
Just so, what does the clock mean in Alice in Wonderland ? Six o’ clock meaning tea-time, so they have been stuck in that tea-party for ages! Of course, time ran curiously in Wonderland because it was simply a dream. Another thing to remember is that when Alice wakes up from the dream, it’s tea-time, too!
“How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice . “You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.” “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” “Begin at the beginning,” the King said , very gravely, “and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”
In Tim Burton’s film Alice in Wonderland , Alice asks the White Rabbit, ” How long is forever ?” The talking rabbit replies, “Sometimes, just one second.” That’s an important piece of information for you to keep in mind.
In the original script, The Hatter kissed Alice twice: At the end of his dance, the Hatter grabs Alice and kisses her passionately. Before she leaves, He abruptly kisses her one last time and whispers “Fairfarren, Alice .”.
Summary. Alice approaches a large table set under the tree outside the March Hare’s house and comes across the Mad Hatter and the March Hare taking tea. They rest their elbows on a sleeping Dormouse who sits between them. They tell Alice that there is no room for her at the table, but Alice sits anyway.
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.
In addition, although Alice exhibits symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia , and the Mad Hatter those of both Bipolar disorder and PTSD , Alice in Wonderland is a story so infused with mental illness that both of these characters actually had syndromes named after them: Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (disorientating condition
The White Rabbit is the spark of curiosity that activates Alice’s spiritual awakening. It is the White Rabbit which Alice runs after and searches for endlessly in Wonderland , a symbol of her quest for knowledge. Just when things seem rather desperate the rabbit appears yet again, and Alice drives on through.
I’m guessing you’re not talking about the Alice in wonderland that some of these comments are answering my guess is you’re probably asking about the movies with Johnny Depp and if that’s what you’re talking about then yes the mad hatter and Alice are madly in love with each other and they would do anything for each
Here are some interesting facts about the iconic comic character: English illustrator John enniel depicted Hatter wearing a hat with 10/6 written on it. 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.
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
Forever and Ever, Amen
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“Alice:How long is forever ? White Rabbit : Sometimes , just one second .” Endless time. We crave it and yet we curse it.
White Rabbit: Sometimes, just one second. ― Lewis Carroll , Alice in Wonderland”