Through the Looking-Glass: And What Alice Found There Essay | Analysis of Chapters 5-12 of "Through the Looking Glass"

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Analysis of Chapters 5-12 of "Through the Looking Glass"

Summary: This essay describes and analysis the characterization, plot, and setting in chapters 5-11 of "Through the Looking Glass."
As Alice reaches the setting in this section of "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll, she is placed in peculiar atmosphere. The White Queen explains to Alice how everyone lives backwards in this setting which reflects the reversal theme. This reverse mode that is captured in this setting allows actions and events to take place in the normal forward motion, but in reverse order. All causes come after effects and punishments come before crimes. For example, the White Queen bandages her finger and screams before actually pricking it. Alice's character must develop and adjust to this setting so that Alice can interact with the creatures in this world. The setting in this section seems to drift from place to place very

randomly. Alice begins in one spot and just encountering something takes her somewhere else. For example when she takes...

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