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Overview

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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.

Summary

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