Alice in Wonderland

When I was a child, my mother used to read to me before going to bed. One of my favorite stories was Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. It was so fanciful that it tickled this child's imagination. Some years later when I was still a child, I saw Disney's version of Alice in Wonderland (1951), which I believe I saw the first time at a neighborhood movie theater. While still in college, the Jefferson Airplane sang its psychedelic version of White Rabbit, which I subsequently captured by painting a mural of scenes in my parent's basement.

In later year, post college, I read an annotated version of the original book and must admit that a story that I always thought was one of the most imaginative stories I had ever heard or seen, now became one that had quite a lot of political allusions, as well as games of logic.

Chapter 1

Chapter 2