Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Alice grows taller so quickly that she soon loses track of her own feet, and wonders who will put shoes on them now they are so far away. Worrying whether or not they will keep taking her where she needs to go, she vows to treat them kindly, sending them presents each year. Once she has reached the great height of nine feet, Alice remembers the garden key and runs to fetch it. Yet she is now much too large to ever fit through the door, a fact which so disheartens her that she sits down to cry again. This time around, her own tears are so gigantic that soon a pool of them collects in the hall.

At this point, the rabbit reappears, still fretting over being late for an appointment with the Duchess. When Alice timidly addresses him, he drops his fan and gloves and...

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