Alice in Wonderland: the Bridge Between Reality and Fantasy
It’s a Fine Line
I discovered Lewis Carol and “Alice in Wonderland” later than most children. While many of my friends tell me they read it with parents as a childhood bedtime story, I didn’t read the classic tale until high school. Admittedly, by the time it was assigned to me, I was resentful. Why was an Honors English class reading a kids book?
Thankfully, I was a goody-two-shoes and wanted to impress my teacher. I dug into the story, assuming it would be a quick read, an easy paper and take me that much closer to kicking off my Spring Break. Like so many things in my teenage life, I was wrong. Alice in Wonderland consumed me. It resembled many aspects of my real life and the people in it. Epiphany hit me somewhere in the…
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