Cat sits on her lap a cook beside the stove cooking

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cat sits on her lap, a cook beside the stove cooking with pepper, causing the baby to sneeze - The cat is the Cheshire Cat; Alice asks why it is grinning, and the Duchess tells Alice that she does not know very much - The cook throws random cooking objects at the Duchess and the baby - The Duchess starts singing a nasty lullaby to the baby, roughly rocking it; after finishing her singing, she throws the baby at Alice and leave the room in a hurry to prepare for croquet with the Queen - Alice takes the baby outside and discovers that it is a pig - She sees the Cheshire Cat again, who tells her that no matter where she goes, she will always end up somewhere - He tells her to go visit the Mad Hatter and the March Hare, but warns Alice that they are both mad (crazy) - Alice says she does not want to be around crazy people, but the Cheshire Cat says that everyone is mad - Alice goes to the March Hare’s house, and discovers that the house is much larger than she is and eats some of the caterpillar’s mushroom and grows two feet tall Chapter 7: A Mad Tea Party - Alice finds the table where the March Hare and Mad Hatter are making tea - Their elbows rest on a on a sleeping dormouse in the middle of the table - The March Hare offers Alice wine, Alice tells the Hare that his conduct is uncivil, and he says it was uncivil of her to sit down at the table without being invited - The Mad Hatter tells Alice that she needs to cut her hair, and Alice is appalled by his rudeness; the Mad Hatter ignores Alice’s complaint and tells her a riddle - The Mad Hatter asks the March Hare the time, but he discovers that his watch, which tells them the day of the month, is broken, making the Mad Hatter angry - The March Hare dips the watch in his tea to insult the Mad Hatter even more - Alice gives up on answering the riddle and becomes angry with the Mad Hatter because he does not know the answer either - The Mad Hatter explains that the time is not an ‘it’ but a ‘him’
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- He says that time is upset because the Queen of Hearts said that the Mad Hatter was ‘murdering time’ when preforming a song badly - Since then, the time has stayed at 6 o’clock which means the they always have tea time - The March Hare becomes bored and says he would like to hear a story from the Dormouse - The dormouse tells a story about three sisters who live in a treacle well where they eat and draw treacle - Alice is confused by the story, and asks many questions while he is telling it and the Dormouse becomes insulted; she continues to ask questions until the Mad Hatter insults her and she gets mad and leaves; - As she is leaving, she looks back to the Dormouse getting stuffed into a tea pot by the Mad Hatter and the March Hare - Alice is walking through the woods and finds a tree with a door in it; she goes though it and finds herself back in the great hall - Alice uses the key from the table and goes through the door again, back into the garden Analysis Alice discovers that Time is a person and not just an abstract concept Without time being linear and being an idea, social conversions are inverted and the
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  • Alice, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Alice’s adventures

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