Question: What is the concept of Alice in Wonderland?

In Alice in Wonderland, unlike other fairy tales, the story represents a childs true progression through life. In real life, in the industrialized world, a child has to figure things out on her own. Alice in Wonderland is a perfect example of childhood through adolescence.

What is the rabbit hole and Alice falling down the rabbit hole a metaphor for?

What does rabbit hole mean? Used especially in the phrase going down the rabbit hole or falling down the rabbit hole, a rabbit hole is a metaphor for something that transports someone into a wonderfully (or troublingly) surreal state or situation.

What does the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland symbolize?

The White Rabbit is the spark of curiosity that activates Alices spiritual awakening. It is the White Rabbit which Alice runs after and searches for endlessly in Wonderland, a symbol of her quest for knowledge. Just when things seem rather desperate the rabbit appears yet again, and Alice drives on through.

What does the rabbit symbolize in Alice in Wonderland?

The White Rabbit is the spark of curiosity that activates Alices spiritual awakening. It is the White Rabbit which Alice runs after and searches for endlessly in Wonderland, a symbol of her quest for knowledge. Just when things seem rather desperate the rabbit appears yet again, and Alice drives on through.

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