Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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The entire court has gathered for the trial, including the King and Queen, the rabbit, the courtiers, and all the animal creatures. In the center of the courtroom stands a table with a plate of delicious-looking tarts that Alice looks forward to eating after the trial. The King presides as judge wearing his crown over his judge's wig; "Look at the frontispiece if you want to see how he did it," adds the narrator, presumably in answer to the reader's puzzlement.

The jurors are all busy writing even before the trial begins, a fact which Alice criticizes so loudly that the rabbit calls for silence. Meanwhile the jurors dutifully write down Alice's criticism of them. One of the jurors is Bill the Lizard, who Alice earlier kicked out of the chimney. His pencil squeaks and when Alice grows tired of its sound, she snatches it...

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