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1. 1. From what is the Caterpillar in Alices Adventures in Wonderland smoking?

2. 2. Which character does Alice scare away with talk of her cat Dinah?

3. 3. In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which character serves as herald to the King and Queen of Hearts?

4. 4. Which character seems to have a fondness for treacle?

5. 5. Who has condemned the Mad Hatter to perpetual teatime?

6. 6. How does Alice get to the great hallway lined with doors a second time?

7. 7. What is the Jabberwock?

8. 8. Which of the following characters is friendliest to Alice during her adventures?

9. 9. In what capacity does Alice enter the chess game in Through the Looking-Glass?

10. 10. Which animal is not a character in either novel?

11. 11. What is the last thing that Alice sees the Mad Hatter and March Hare doing?

12. 12. On what does the Bread-and-butter-fly live?

13. 13. In total, how many queens are in both stories?

14. 14. According to Alice, what is a common feature in the poetry in Through the Looking-Glass?

15. 15. Which character cries most in the stories?

16. 16. What is the last thing we see before the Cheshire Cat fades the first time?

17. 17. What secret does the Gryphon reveal about the Queen of Hearts?

18. 18. What piece of clothing does Alice fasten for the White Queen?

19. 19. Which two characters from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland reappear with different names in Through the Looking-Glass?

20. 20. Which character takes Alice through the forest in Through the Looking-Glass?

21. 21. Which flower first speaks to Alice in Through the Looking-Glass?

22. 22. What eventually stops Tweedledum and Tweedledee from quarreling?

23. 23. Which character explains “Jabberwocky” to Alice?

24. 24. What does the White Knight consider (to be) his most clever invention? (this question is not discussed in detail in the summary)

25. 25. According to the Cook in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, of what are tarts mostly made (what is the key ingredient in tarts)?

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