Is it from a Child’s Perspective?

“Children reinvent your world for you.” – Susan Sarandon

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a famous story book by Lewis Carroll. Although known as a children’s book, in present times, many are contesting that it is not really a book for kids because of the themes it uses. Though it uses fantasy, animals and a young child as characters, it deals with topics of politics, dysfunctional personality, death and fear of people and animals that exists in a weird, dark place.

What is your perspective on this?

This is for BeckyB’s July Squares – SquarePerspectives

Photos of murals can be found in the Frankston City Library


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