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Visit for thousands of books and materials. Writing Write a poem that describes this part of the story and captures the mood of Wonderland. Social Studies Research the form of dance called a quadrille and write a paragraph about how it compares to the dance described in this part of the story. Connections Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland A Reading A–Z Level Y Leveled Book Word Count: 2,042 LEVELED BOOK • Y Part 8 Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Adapted from the Writings of Lewis Carroll Illustrated by Wilson Swain
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How would you describe the conversation in this part of the story, and how does it influence Alice? Focus Question Adapted from the Writings of Lewis Carroll Illustrated by Wilson Swain Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson) was an English writer, photographer, and mathematician. After Carroll entertained his friend’s seven-year-old daughter, Alice Liddell, with a fantastic story, she asked him to write it down for her. The original title, Alice’s Adventures Underground, was ultimately published in 1865 as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll (1832–1898) 16 Glossary askance (adv.) in disapproving or distrustful way (p. 6) banquet (n.) a formal dinner party for many people, often to celebrate something (p. 13) blacking (n.) black shoe polish (p. 9) dainties (n.) small foods that are good to eat and nicely prepared (p. 14) hastily (adv.) in a hurried manner (p. 3) melancholy (adj.) sad and thoughtful; gloomy (p. 15) quadrille (n.) a square dance made up of five or six parts performed by four couples (p. 3) sluggard (n.) a person who is lazy (p. 11) treading (v.) taking steps (p. 5) tremulous (adj.) trembling or quivering slightly; having or showing timidity or a lack of courage (p. 12) tureen (n.) a deep bowl or dish with a lid, often used to serve soup (p. 14) whiting (n.) a fish of the cod family (p. 6)
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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Part 8) Level Y Leveled Book © Learning A–Z Adapted from the Writings of Lewis Carroll Illustrated by Wilson Swain All rights reserved. askance banquet blacking dainties hastily melancholy quadrille sluggard treading tremulous tureen whiting Words to Know Correlation LEVEL Y T 40 40 Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA Photo Credits: Title page: © Kachelhoffer Clement/Corbis Historical/Getty Images; pages 3, 15: © Victoria Ryabinina/iStock/Thinkstock 15 Beau—ootiful Soo—oop! Beau—ootiful Soo—oop! Soo—oop of the e—e—evening, Beautiful, beauti— ful soup !” “Chorus again!” cried the Gryphon, and the Mock Turtle had just begun to repeat it, when a cry of “The trial’s beginning!” was heard in the distance. “Come on!” cried the Gryphon, and, taking Alice by the hand, it hurried off, without waiting for the end of the song.
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  • Fall '16
  • Abul Ishaq
  • Physics, Alice, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Mock Turtle, Alice Liddell

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