Character Analysis of Alice in Wonderland

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Alice is a curious little girl who loves adventure and soon meets a place called Wonderland. She meets the evil Queen of Hearts and soon overcomes her fear of the Queen. Alice is on a beautiful adventure to help her new friends. But is this all real? Alice wakes up and finds that it was all a big dream.

Queen of Hearts

The Queen of Hearts is the Queen of Wonderland. She rules with an iron fist and picks on all of the people of Wonderland. Everyone is afraid of the queen but soon enough Alice overcomes her fear of her.


Cheshire cat

Cheshire Cat is a happy smiling cat. This cat is magical and smiles and floats then vanish in midair.   Alice encounters him when she is going to the Mad Hatter’s tea party.



Alice in Wonderland – Review

Alice Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, found herself in a strange place when she falls into a hole in a tree.  As she falls she discovers herself flying down in slow motion. When she slams to the ground she realizes she is   in room with a small door and and a key. Apparently the door is so tiny Alice feels it is too small to enter.

She sees a drink that says “drink me” and chucks it down and suddenly and unexpectedly becomes huge. She spots a cake on the table with a note on it that reads “eat me” and takes a bite and swiftly turns tiny and shrinks. Her size now allows her to enter the small door where she discovers a beautiful place called Wonderland.

Alice soon meets a mouse, a Cheshire cat, a caterpillar and the Mad Hatter. Alice now has a tea party with all the characters and soon meets the ruler of Wonderland the Queen of Hearts. The Queen of Hearts is afraid of no one but everyone is afraid of her even Alice.

Alice realizes that she doesn’t have to be afraid and speaks up and says “You’re nothing but a deck of cards.” The Queen of Hearts becomes furious and shouts “Off with her head!”

Responding to the Queen’s command the card soldiers run toward Alice to apprehend her and suddenly she wakes up.

It was all a dream.

My Favorite Jonathan Livingston Seagull Quotes

“heaven is not a place, and it is not a time. Heaven is being perfect.”

“Most gulls don’t bother to learn more than the simplest facts of flight – how to get from shore to food and back again.”

“Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way to fly.”

“Do you have any idea how many lives we must have gone through before we even got the first idea that there is more to life than eating, or fighting, or power in the Flock?”

“For most gulls it was not flying that matters, but eating. For this gull, though, it was not eating that mattered, but flight.”

“Instead of our drab slogging forth and back to the fishing boats, there’s reason to live! We can lift ourselves out of ignorance, we can find ourselves as creatures of excellence and intelligence and skill. We can learn to be free! We can learn to fly!”

“One school is finished, and the time has come for another to begin.”

“Overcome space, and all we have left is Here. Overcome time, and all we have left is Now.”

“That isn’t flying a thousand miles an hour, or a million, or flying at the speed of light. Because any number is a limit, and perfection doesn’t have limits. Perfect speed, my son, is being there.”

“The gull sees farthest who flies highest.”

“The price of being misunderstood – they call you devil or they call you god.”

“To fly as fast as thought, to anywhere that is, you must begin by knowing that you have already arrived.”

“We can lift ourselves out of ignorance, we can find ourselves as creatures of excellence and intelligence and skill.”

“We choose our next world through what we learn in this one. Learn nothing, and the next world is the same as this one, all the same limitations and lead weights to overcome.”

“You don’t love hatred and evil, of course. You have to practice and see the real gull, the good in every one of them, and to help them see it in themselves. That’s what I mean by love.”

“Your whole body, from wingtip to wingtip is nothing more than your thought itself, in a form you can see. Break the chains of your thought, and you break the chains of your body, too.”


Jonathan L S Richard David Bach was the author of Jonathan Livingston seagull. Jonathan Livingston Seagull was a best seller and was very uplifting to many of the readers

Jonathan Livingston Seagull was a very high intelligent bird.  He knew that there was more to life than food. Life to him was flight.  Flight was all he could think about. He was independent and different from the flock and everyone wanted him to conform to the group.  His parents even told him that he was bone and feather and wanted him to change also.

Jonathan never listened to them but he always had strange voices in in his head when he experimented with different flight techniques.

One time he was called up by one of his elders. He thought that being called up would be a good thing. When the elder told him that he was a disappointment in the flock and would be banished Jonathan got upset and told everyone how there’s more to life than food and that they can all have a higher purpose for life. However, they refused to listen and didn’t want to learn.

When he was banished from the flock he was free to fly as much as he wanted without anyone telling him that he is wrong.

Jonathan later meets more intelligent seagulls who take him to a sort of heaven for gulls. They tell him he is one and a million, because he has the lesson of life that it is not just to ‘get through’ but to seek your own perfection and most gulls have to go through a thousand lives before they realize this.

Jonathan realizes that he can choose his own world and that heaven is not a place but is perfection. In his next life he starts to teach other seagulls his way. He taught seagulls how to fly and Jonathan had a list of many students who loved to fly like him.

Jonathan was more than the average gull. He is a fighter for what he believes. And it’s amazing how he is now teaching other students. Jonathan has a very high mindset. Most people don’t have an individual mind like him. This is truly a great story and is a very spiritual story as well. Jonathan Livingston seagull is my favorite book of all time.

Aesop’s Fables

Aesops Fables_350 Aesop’s fables was created by Aesop himself, a slave who was believed the live from 620 and 560 BC in ancient Greece.  Aesop was a story teller and his tales were reinterpreted over time in various artistic mediums.

Aesop’s fables where mostly about animals. Most of these animals were used to show morals. All his books have morals at the end of them. His first book what published in 1436.

My favorite of Aesop’s fables is The Fox and the Stork. The one book that made him famous was The Turtle and the Rabbit and the moral is slow and steady wins the race.

I now wish to deliver Cristina’s own fable called The Cat and the Mouse.

Once upon a time there was a cat who treated all the mice like peasants the mice where nice to the cat and begged the cat to save their lives by not eating them. The cruel cat made them do all the chores and made the mice tired until they could do no more. The mice were scared of the cat who was crowned queen and loved the eat mice. But in secrete the cat never liked eating mice. One day the cat died and the mice cheered. There was a new baby mouse born who was her soul coming back from another life. This cat went to another mice village and she was being ruled over by a cat who made her do all the chores.

Moral of the story is to treat others like you want to be treated.