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Lewis Carroll

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Author

Lewis Carroll

Year Published

1865

Type

Novel

Genre

Fantasy

Perspective and Narrator

Alice in Wonderland is told in the third person by a narrator with a limited point of view that focuses on Alice and her adventures.

Tense

Alice in Wonderland is told in the past tense.

About the Title

The main character is named Alice, and the story follows her adventures in a fantasy world called Wonderland.

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