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Cover Alice Live

November 10, 2009
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Below is the link for our team’s very first Cover It Live Session. We discussed many topics over Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and asked each other questions we had over the book. We also took some Live polls during the chat, and you will be given some questions as well for us to see what you think about the story so far.

Alice Team 7 in CIL Session #1


Expect to see more Cover It Live Sessions and Poll Questions in the future.

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  1. Amber W. permalink
    December 3, 2009 5:50 am

    Wow, this was a pretty good cover-it-live session. Although three topics caught my attention. You all had the question why the rabbit was in the real world in the first place. Well, Carroll did say it was all a dream so there can really be no real conclusion to that because anything said someone could argue “oh it was just part of the dream.”

    Another thing I would like to point out is that someone said, “I do not think Carroll just threw random occurences in there to make a story.” I disagree. The whole story was a random, crazy adventure filled with an array of interesting characters. Random was left behind when Alice fell down the rabbit hole because anything is possible in Wonderland.

    Lastly, another question asked was, “Why do you think Alice never thought about going back home after she fell into Wonderland?” I think Carroll intended for her to have so much curiousity that she just wanted to get lost in Wonderland which she did but in the end that is just my opinions on some of your groups thoughts and questions.

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