After AliceBook - 2015
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Crystal is planning on reading After Alice this month.
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"Let me put it more scientifically. If separate species develop skills that help them survive, and if those attributes are favored which best benefit the individual and its native population, to what possible end might we suppose has arisen, Mr. Winter, that particular capacity of the human being known as the imagination?"
said by Mr. Darwin. Last sentences of the book
"Hold on to her, Mr. Clowd." ... "Hold on to them both. In time you'll find children the greatest comfort you can imagine. Indeed, they prove to be the only possible distraction from the unanswerable question of why."
Mr. Darwin (yes Charles Darwin , as an old scholar, after his voyage on the Beagle to Mr. Clowd, Alice's father. Alice has been missing the entire book so far.)
In any case, Mrs. Brummidge doesn't read fiction. She hasn't the patience for it.
"Don't take the advice of anyone you meet here. We're all mad."
Cheshire Cat to Ada
"You know our Alice. She plays hide-and-seek but sometimes forgets to ask someone to look for her."
said my her older sister Lydia (15 yrs old) to Alice's friend Ada (10 yrs old).
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