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The setting of the book, and much of the imagery, was influenced by Carroll's family connections in the area around [[Sunderland]] in north-east [[England]], which he visited frequently.
 
The setting of the book, and much of the imagery, was influenced by Carroll's family connections in the area around [[Sunderland]] in north-east [[England]], which he visited frequently.
  
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Revision as of 18:32, 31 July 2007

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a children's book by Lewis Carroll, about the adventures of a seven-year-old girl who falls down a rabbit hole. Disney made an animated movie adaptation in 1951.

"The tale grew in the telling," Carroll reports. He used to take his superior's little daughters rowing and on picnics, and he made up the Alice story to entertain them. The setting of the book, and much of the imagery, was influenced by Carroll's family connections in the area around Sunderland in north-east England, which he visited frequently.