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Putting His Madness into Question: Vladimir Cvetko and David H. Goodman’s “Hat Trick”

Down the Rabbit Hole: Retellings of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland — A Study in Characterization Part 4 of 5

Most retellings of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, like Splintered, feature a Hatter who is mad, but some retellings, like the…

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Down the Rabbit Hole explores how authors have used and manipulated Lewis Carroll’s characters, focusing on the characterization of the Queen of Hearts and the Mad Hatter, in retellings of his classic children’s story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

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When she’s not writing at the coffee shop, cuddling with her cat, or watching bad reality television, you can find her traveling to new and familiar places.

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