Originally written by English author Lewis Carroll in 1865, this is a fantasy story of a little girl named Alice who falls through a rabbit hole into a mysterious world. The story is broken into twelve chapters and each chapter narrates an interesting take on the journey of the protagonist through this amazing place which is full of interesting animals, humans, places, and objects. more
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The White Rabbit calls Alice to the witness stand. She forgets that she has risen in size and knocks over the jury table, scrambling to reassemble all of the jurors. Alice appears to know "absolutely nothing" about the tarts. Rule 42, which says, "Al... more
When Alice enters the courtroom, she discovers the King and Queen of Hearts sitting on their thrones, surrounded by a swarm of animals and the entire deck of cards. The Knave sits chained in front of them. Alice looks around the room, delighted in re... more
The Mock Turtle sighs and sobs some more before eventually asking Alice if she has ever seen a lobster. Alice comes close to saying she's had one, but she stops herself and clearly says no. The Lobster-Quadrille is described by the Mock Turtle and th... more
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Alice In Wonderland launched 2 years ago and published 13 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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