Alice in Wonderland

A mad tea party

What is one lesson the author of A mad tea party might be trying to teach?

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The themes of growing up and learning the rules come up in Alice's triumphant entry into the garden. Unlike the first time, when she cried and couldn't maintain control of herself, she remains calm and uses her head to get to the garden.