Alice in Wonderland

What are the moral values for alice in wonderland?

the moral values of alice in wonderland is?

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Alice says "Curiosity often leads to trouble" but of course it was the curiosity which saw Alice grow up and develop so much during the story.

Alice has good manners and this often helps her get out of scrapes.

Think about who steals, lies, cheats, harms anyone else in the book. Where does this immoral behaviour get the character in the end?

Remember, in the book, that Alice's dad had the satiny waistcoat on. And when she saw the rabbit, the rabbit had the same waistcoat as Alice's father. So I think that the rabbit was Alice's father.

Tweedledee and Tweedledum: Do you know how politicians always argue over things? Well Tweedledee and Tweedledum were like politicians. They always argued over things.


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