Ambiguity of Words in Alice in Wonderland & Alice Through the Looking-Glass

By Angela Maria Hart

I *LOVE* "Alice in Wonderland" & "Alice Through the Looking-Glass." I think these are two of the most well done pieces ever published. I cannot say or write enough "wonderful" things about these books.

I have spent a great deal of time analyzing and reading both of them. Today, I am discussing the "Ambiguity of Words" in the two texts (in the video above). Please let me know if you have any questions or thoughts on the subject matter. Thank you for watching and don't forget to subscribe to my BookTube channel!

In the video, I mentioned my academic presentation, here are some links if you are interested in more information.

"Alice in Wonderland" Handout by Angela Hart: 
https://writerangelahart.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/alice-in-wonderland-handout-by-angela-hart.pdf

"Alice in Wonderland Presentation" by Angela Hart: 
https://writerangelahart.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/angela-harts-alice-in-wonderland-presentation-for-harvard-conference1.pdf

International Journal of Arts & Sciences Paper Publication, "Alice in Wonderland & Alice through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll: Do Words Have Meaning? Lacanian Theory on Carroll’s Writing": http://www.universitypublications.net/ijas/0803/html/H5V290.xml

If you a fan of "Alice in Wonderland" let me know! I'd love to know your thoughts.