SparkNotes: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: The Cheshire Cat

The Cheshire Cat. The Cheshire Cat is unique among Wonderland creatures. Threatened by no one, it maintains a cool, grinning outsider status. The Cheshire Cat has insight into the workings of Wonderland as a whole. Its calm explanation to Alice that to be in Wonderland is to be “mad” reveals a number of points that do not occur to Alice on her own.…

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Wikipedia

Carroll wrote multiple poems and songs for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , including: " All in the golden afternoon... "—the prefatory verse, an original poem by Carroll that recalls the rowing expedition on which he first told ... " How Doth the Little Crocodile "—a parody of Isaac Watts ' ...Author: Lewis Carroll…