Alice Through The Looking-Glass

Illustrated children's book by Lewis Carroll - online version

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remember!" And she caught it up and gave it one little kiss, "just in honor of its having been a Red Queen."
" Snowdrop, my pet! " she went on, looking over her shoulder at the White Kitten, which was still patiently undergoing its toilet, " when will Dinah have finished with your White Majesty, I wonder? That must be the reason you were so
untidy in my dream.------Dinah! Do you know
that you're scrubbing a White Queen ? Really, it's most disrespectful of you !
"And what did Dinah, turn to, I wonder?" she prattled on, as she settled comfortably down, with one elbow on the rug, and her chin in her hand, to watch the kittens. " Tell me, Dinah, did you
turn to Humpty Dumpty ? I think you did------
however, you'd better not mention it to your friends just yet, for I'm not sure.
44 By the way, Kitty, if only you'd been really with me in my dream, there was one thing you
would have enjoyed------1 had such a quantity of
poetry said to me, all about fishes! To-morrow morning you shall have a real treat. All the time you're eating your breakfast, I'll repeat ' The Walrus and the Carpenter' to you; and then you can make believe it's oysters, dear!
44 Now, Kitty, let's consider who it was that dreamed it all. This is a serious question, my