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Through the Looking-Glass | Study Guide

Lewis Carroll

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Author

Lewis Carroll

Year Published

1871

Type

Children's Book

Genre

Fantasy

Perspective and Narrator

Through the Looking-Glass is told by a third-person narrator with an omniscient point of view.

Tense

Through the Looking-Glass is written in the past tense.

About the Title

In Through the Looking-Glass a mirror, or looking-glass, serves as a gateway to a strange new world.

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