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Thus, he explodes in anger and becomes viciously insulting. Then he abruptly crawls away in a huff.  Once more, we are reminded of the unceasing antipathy between Alice and the creatures of  Wonderland. Oddly enough, in spite of the blue Caterpillar's anger, before he leaves Alice, he gives her the secret  of realizing her wish. As he exits, he remarks: "One side [of the mushroom] will make you grow taller,  and the other side will make you grow shorter." Perplexed, Alice asks  herself : "One side of what?"  The clairvoyant Caterpillar says: "Of the mushroom" — just as if she had asked the question aloud.  Note that neither Alice nor the Caterpillar acts as though this act of mind-reading is anything  extraordinary. Each of them seems to accept mind-reading as a matter of course. Alice has 
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