Alice Through The Looking-Glass

Illustrated children's book by Lewis Carroll - online version

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wonder what'll become of my name when I go in ?
I shouldn't like to lose it at all------because they'd
have to give me another, and it would be almost certain to be an ugly one. But then the fun would be, trying to find the creature that had got my old name! That's just like the advertise­ments, you know, when people lose dogs------' an­swers to the name of " Dash:" had on a brass col­lar'------just fancy calling everything you met
'Alice,' till one of them answered! Only they wouldn't answer at all, if they were wise."
She was rambling on in this way when she reached the wood: it looked very cool and shady. " Well, at any rate it's a great comfort," she said as she stepped under the trees, "after being so
hot, to get into the------into the------into what ? "
she went on, rather surprised at not being able to think of the word. " I mean to get under the
------under the------under this, you know! " putting
her hand on the trunk of the tree. " What does it call itself, I wonder? I do believe it's got no name —-why, to be sure it hasn't!"
She stood silent for a minute, thinking: then she suddenly began again. " Then it really has happened, after all! And now, who am I? I will remember, if I can ! I'm determined to do it!" But being determined didn't help her much,