The Gnat is a character in the novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll.
Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found ThereEdit
Alice meets the gnat on her head. He calls Alice an old friend, but Alice doesn't recognize it leading it to depression. During the train ride Alice hears the Gnat mentioning topics he notices that would make a good joke. The Gnat seems to love jokes, however, he doesn't like saying them himself, he prefers others to make jokes. After the journey on the train, the Gnat introduces her to three insects:the Rocking-Horse-Fly, the Snap-Dragonfly, and the Bread-and-Butterfly. Then, it sighs itself away.
- Though the gnat doesn't make an appearance in the 1999 film, it was mentioned in the second verse of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bat when the Mad Hatter was recognized by the Queen of Hearts.
|❖ Through The Looking-Glass Characters ❖|
Alice ❖ The Mad Hatter ❖ The Red Queen ❖ The Red King ❖ The Red Knight ❖ The White Queen ❖ The White King ❖ The White Knight ❖ The March Hare ❖ The Sheep ❖ Humpty Dumpty ❖ Tweedledum and Tweedledee ❖ The Lion and the Unicorn ❖ The Bandersnatch ❖ Jubjub Bird ❖ The Jabberwocky ❖ Kitty ❖ The Flowers ❖ The Aged Man ❖ Lily ❖ The Monstrous Crow ❖ The White Horse ❖ The Bread-and-Butterfly ❖ The Rocking-Horse-Fly ❖ Snap-Dragonfly ❖ The Gnat