Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.It appears unnamed in the first book. Its The main location also of Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Alice In Wonderland (2010)
In the NovelEdit
- Wonderland is the curious place Alice discovers after falling down a rabbit hole in Lewis Carroll's novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The inhabitants of Wonderland are all mad, according to the Cheshire Cat, and Alice meets the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, the Dodo, the Queen of Hearts, the March Hare, and many others over the course of her adventures there. In Carroll's novel, Wonderland includes a beautiful garden, an ocean, and a forest. Although the unusual characters and unexpected events in Wonderland sometimes perplex Alice, she often takes pleasure in her surroundings.
- In the novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, Alice discovers another part of Wonderland after going through a mirror, known as Looking-Glass Land. The inhabitants include the Red Queen, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the White Queen, The White Knight, and many others.
Does not seem to stick to any strict Geography.
Hare House,White Rabbit's House,Duchess House,etc.
A funny place really.
In the MoviesEdit
- In Tim Burton's 2010 film, Wonderland is called Underland; Alice returns to it as a 19-year-old young lady and realizes that she had originally misheard the name "Underland" as "Wonderland" when she was there many years ago. Now under the rule of the maniacal Red Queen, Underland is a bleak, desolate place. Alice must unite with her old acquaintances to save it.
- Disney's Alice in Wonderland portrays Wonderland just as Carroll originally described it (?), as a kooky, curious, colorful place full of eccentric characters.
- It appears in the novels the Looking Glass Wars. It is surrounded by sea,as shown in the glorious completed map to your right.The map shows the Wondernations.