Jada from Red vs the white Rabbit from Alice o The wind from twa corbies vs the

Jada from red vs the white rabbit from alice o the

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Jada from Red vs . the white Rabbit from Alice o The wind from twa corbies vs . the green wood from Lord Randal o The fire from Geralds Cinder vs. William’s dream from Fair Margaret Note: - Comparative ones, you have more to say - Single ones, you have to go more in depth - Novels are underlined!! Prompt #1 - Alice does not grow older from the beginning of her adventures in wonderland, but matures - Alice has learned the importance of friendship, initiative, speaking one’s mind, and also knowing when to listen - She has changed in the sense of personality changing, but also still staying the same with her child-like nature - Stories written in the Victorian as such as this one were meant to educate children, not to entertain them; this book was written merely to entertain - Growing up, identity, curiosity - Growing up:
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Alice does not age, but matures mentally vs physically Shows the rules and social etiquette of our world through a child’s eyes Shows the ego’s and bad habits that we develop throughout our lives Represents a child’s struggle to survive the confusing world of adults
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  • Spring '16
  • Van Styvendale
  • Alice, 2000s American television series, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 1990s American television series

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