Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The little house is watched over by a frog-faced doorman (or footman), who sits outside the door. As she watches, his fish-faced colleague comes with a croquet invitation from the queen. Alice asks how she can get inside but he offers her little help, since he is outside rather than inside it himself. The door opens and a plate comes flying out. The doorman vows to sit at his post for days. Alice loses patience and walks right in. Inside, she finds a couple of women making soup in the kitchen. The first woman, a Duchess, nurses a very ugly baby while the second, a cook, stirs a kettle full of highly peppered soup. The air is full of so much pepper than everyone is sneezing except the cook and a large cat that sits nearby, smiling at them all. Curious, Alice asks why the cat is...

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