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Yes, We Covered Alice Live… Again.

November 26, 2009

Below you will find our second Cover it Live of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. This time we all sat together and projected our ideas aloud before hitting the keyboard. It is a bit shorter than the previous, so those of you with a shorter attention span will enjoy it.

Cover Alice Live #2

In less than a week, expect to watch a Prezi, a stunning new way to present our thoughts.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Benedikt K permalink
    December 3, 2009 1:44 am

    I loved the comment that Alex made at 11:28,
    “The whole story was a conflict between Alice and the characters in Wonderland”
    however, I would argue that if the adventure is in fact a dream, like you said earlier, it is in fact Alice struggling with herself.
    Every novel has some conflict in it, both internally in the hero, and externally with some “bad guy”. Alice’s Adventure, I think, is slightly different here. She has both internal and external conflict, but the external conflict is in fact internal. It seems that the whole adventure is Alice talking to herself, and contemplating different thoughts and her own existence.

  2. November 30, 2009 7:31 pm

    Very interesting conversation. You guys asked a lot of questions I was wondering about also. I think I can answer some of the questions also. The one about Alice being unhappy in Wonderland is false. She actually has fun (sometimes) but she finds ways to ruin it. A good example would be chapter 2. She had fun with all the animals until she mentioned her cat. Another occasion was the tea party with Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Dormouse. She enjoyed listening to Dormouse’s story, but she asked so many questions it became boring.

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