The Question and Answer section for Alice in Wonderland is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
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Young Alice is sitting by the river bank with her older sister, feeling bored; her sister's book has no pictures or conversation, and thus holds no interest for Alice.
Closely connected with growth and adulthood is size change is another recurring concept. The dramatic changes in size hint at the radical changes the body undergoes during adolescence. The key, once again, is adaptability. Alice's size changes...