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  • Alices Adventures In Wonderland
    Chapter 1. Down the Rabbit Hole
    Alice was tired of[1] sitting near her sister on the bank of the river. She had nothing to do:[2] once or twice she looked into the book that her sister was reading. But the book had no pictures or conversations in it. “What is the use of a book,[3]” thought Alice “without pictures or conversations?”
    She was thinking about making a daisy-chain[4] but the day was hot and she felt very sleepy and lazy. Suddenly a White Rabbit with pink eyes ran past her.
    The Rabbit said to itself “Oh dear! Oh dear, I shall be late![5]” Then it took a watch out of his waistcoat-pocket, and looked at it, and hurried on. Alice stood up and burning with curiosity[6] ran across the field after it. So she was just in time[7] to see that the Rabbit jumped down a large rabbit hole under the hedge.
    Alice went down after it. The rabbit hole was like[8] a tunnel and then it suddenly went down. It was so sudden that Alice didn’t have time to
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  • Poor Alice! This time she could look into the garden with only one eye. So she sat down and began to cry again
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  • Poor Alice! This time she could look into the garden with only one eye. So she sat down and began to cry again.
    “You must be ashamed of yourself,[27]” said Alice, “Stop this moment, I tell you!” But she continued crying and soon there was a large pool all around her.
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  • But there is no use in crying[22]” said Alice to herself and soon she noticed a little glass box under the table. She opened it and found in it a very small cake with the words “EAT ME” in currants. She ate a little bit but nothing happened so very soon she ate all the cake.
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  • hurricane in the wood… oh, here’s somebody’s scarf!’
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  • come very close,’ he added: ‘I hit everything I can see…’
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  • with lots of things… such as bolsters, blankets, hearth-rugs, tablecloths, dish-covers and coal-scuttles.[218] ‘I hope you can help us with all that,’ Tweedledum said.
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  • Conveniently low:
    And all the little
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  • Queen, ‘I will measure the ground.’ And she took a ribbon out
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  • ly,’ said Alice to one flower that was waving in the wind, ‘I wish you could ta
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  • d she jumped up in such a hurry that the edge of her skirt upset all the jurymen on to the heads of the crowd be
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  • judge,” she said to herself, “because he is wearing a great wig
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  • eginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which
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  • shyly up to the door and knocked.
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  • “I didn’t want to do it!” cried poor Alice. “But you’re so easily offended
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