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Alice in "Alice in Wonderland" Describing Herself

Summary: A hypothetical example of how Alice from "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll would talk and describe her life.
My name is Alice which as far as I know would make me a girl, or a female to use the proper word. The most treasured family member is my cat that I named Dinah. Dinah is the great at hunting and killing animals. Boy I hope I did not upset you, those other creatures sure were. I cannot seem to keep this to myself lately. Then there is my sister, she was there when I woke up from that strange dream.

I am seven years old and have blonde hair and blue eyes. I wish I could say how tall I am but anytime I would eat anything I would either shrink or grow. It gets awfully confusing for a little girl like me. At one point I was bigger than a house. Luckily I managed to find that mysterious potion that...

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