Alice's Adventures in Wonderland- 1 min
Come down the rabbit hole.
From the moment I started making these braids, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has been my reference book. The characters and their order are easily recognizable, the action is organized by Alice and the length of the book is just perfect for seeing everything with clarity. The chase of the White Rabbit is perfectly recognizable, as well as the encounter with the Cheshire Cat and the feast with the Mad Hatter and the March Hare.
The central role of Alice can be also well appreciated in the grid, which is a summary of the interactions in the book: all characters interact more with Alice than with any other character. The cast is just some kind of amusement park for Alice —in the same way as the story in itself is for Alice Liddell—, so not even the Hatter and the Hare have more interactions between them than each of them with Alice.
For these reasons, Alice holds the honor of opening this new edition of Literary Braids, which I hope lasts long and brings the best books to get entangled.