White Rabbit Essays

  • The White Rabbit

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    these disorders. Of his characters, the White Rabbit, is the only character who has a seemingly clear defined disorder. The White Rabbit exhibits signs of having general anxiety disorder (GAD) throughout the book and is treated as such by other characters in the book. By

  • Emotional Maturity In Alice's Adventures In Wonderland By Lewis Carroll

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    opening of the novel, when Alice fell down the rabbit hole, her motivation of curiosity also revealed her restlessness in normal circumstances. As Alice sat with her sister by a river, she saw a worried white rabbit run past her. Suddenly, she realized that the rabbit wore a waistcoat, carried a watch, and appeared worried, all of which appeared bizarre. Alice recognized the strange occurrence before her and she chose willfully to dive into the rabbit hole and embrace the paradigm shift wholeheartedly

  • An Analysis Of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

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    following a rabbit, Alice falls down the rabbit hole into wonderland, a strange and whimsical world outside of the real world filled with fantastic characters who are all mad. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a book in which the real world and fantastic world are separate and Alice travels to the fantastic world from the real world. To her, Wonderland is extremely bizarre and not normal. The characters in Wonderland, whom Alice meets would never be found in real life and include the White Rabbit who brings

  • Themes In Alice In Wonderland

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    encounter with a marvelous place called Wonderland. In the start of this novel Alice is sitting by the riverbank and is drowsily reading next to her sister when she notices a White Rabbit running by her and he pulls out a watch complaining about being late then he goes down a rabbit . A curious Alice proceeds to then follow the white rabbit down the hole where she ends up seeing a hallway with a plethora of doors. In order to go through a small door she finds and uses the key on a nearby table to open it

  • Neil Gaiman’s Going Wodwo and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland

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    left with shoes and house.” Alice and the Wodwo, alike, crave adventure. They seek independence from the societal norms and they do so without a single friend. Alice’s scene changes from boredom to excitement promptly with the white rabbit as he scrambles to the rabbit hole, because “[he] is late!” Alice is quite confused. She is i... ... middle of paper ... ...eil. “Going Wodwo.” The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest. Ed. Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling. New York, NY, 2002. Pg. 18-19

  • Character Analysis Of Scott O 'Dell's Under The Waves'

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    Explanation: The story Under the Waves theme is about embracing what make you unique from everyone else. I believe it is important for children to understand that they should not give up their unique interests because of what others think. The story also teaches that it is okay to be different and not follow the group. Many times you have to venture off on your own to discover an exciting adventure. The story Under the Waves is also related to one of my other creative writing assignment The Shy

  • Film Analysis Of The Movie Alice In Wonderland

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    The piece I chose to write about that we learned in class is the movie Alice in Wonderland. The movie is about a girl, Alice, who has a dream about chasing a white rabbit into this magic hole, where she meets odd characters and must stay on the Queens good side. The movie was made in 1951 and was produced by Walt Disney. The idea of Alice in Wonderland came from a book written in 1865 called Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Look-Glass by Lewis Carroll. Walt Disney was working on the

  • Am I A Sane Girl In A Insane World?

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    girl in an insane world, or an insane girl in a sane world? I’m still trying to figure this out. And so they locked me up inside this limbo of a center. But fear not, I still have my imagination. At least, that’s what I call it. I see the white fur thing of a rabbit baiting me to follow him daily. His anxiety for time startles me day and night. He screams and screams until I follow him to unknown places. And when I do go with him, I rarely ever come back. It’s like a dream I never wake up from. I’m

  • Non-Diegetic Techniques Used In The Film, Still Alice

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    Still Alice is a movie about Alice Howland, a professor at Columbia University majoring in linguistics. During one of Alice’s lectures she forgot a word and during a jog she does everyday, she became lost. Alice went to her doctor who diagnosed her with early onset Familial Alzheimer’s Disease. The director has used Sounds, Costumes and Cinematography that is used in the movie to develop the character of Alice Howland. Non-diegetic sound is important in movies as it helps the audiences understand

  • Richard Adams’s Watership Down

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    place. These rabbits live a very unique style of life. To these rabbits, almost every other kind of animal, weather known to them or not, weather they have ever seen or heard of them or not, are considered as Elil and always detrimental. Since Elil are almost every species of animals besides rabbits, these rabbits must be extremely careful when wondering through the forests because they might be confronted with Elil and be forced into very bad situations. In a way, these rabbits believed that

  • Essay On Necklaces

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    to see a white rabbit would indicate a forthcoming death in a person that was currently ill (Russell, H. (1925). Through the Celtic tribes it was noted that it was taboo to eat rabbit meat, quoting to do so ‘was like eating one’s own grandmother’ (Ezpeleta, A. 1996) this shows us the importance of rabbits and how highly they were regarded throughout history, whilst elsewhere it was considered that eating rabbit meat would cause beauty and vitality. The Celtics also believed that rabbits burrowed

  • Rabbit Genetics

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    Rabbit Genetics The similarity between the physiology of rabbits and humans makes the rabbit a good model for research into human disease. The most prevalent types of rabbits are cottontails and European rabbits. Domestic rabbits are tame assortments of European rabbits. The Californian, Florida White, and New Zealand White are the most common breeds used in research. Until 1912 rabbits were classified as rodents. Scientists discovered that the two types of animals differed in several distinct anatomical

  • Environmentalism in Watership Down by Richard Adams

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    The small group of rabbits that left their original warren, Sandleford, to find a new home often uses their little spare time to listen to stories generally told by Dandelion. These stories are often about the Thousand Enemies and how they are a threat to the rabbits, especially El-ahrairah. Humans are presented as one of the “Thousand.” The author of the book, Richard Adams, displays man in a negative way because of this. Man is portrayed as violent, nonsensical, and abusive to the natural way of

  • Watership Down by Richard Adams

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    are all confined to their physical limitations as animals. A perfect example of this is Charlotte, from Charlotte’s Web. However the activities, physical and mental, actions and behaviour demonstrated by the rabbits in Watership Down are typically the things that humans would expect from rabbits. This said, Charlotte’s behaviour in Charlotte’s Web, is what we might expect to see from a human being. Her spinning of the web with a word or two in it is not common activities for spiders. While examining

  • Alice in Wonderland

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    structure. Alice, the protagonist and a very curious little English girl, is doing some “boring” work and sees a white rabbit. She decides to chase this rabbit down a hole. At the bottom of the hole, there is a bottle labeled “Drink Me”, she wanted to find out what it tasted like, so she tried it, finding it to be “very nice”, but it made her grow to be 9 feet tall until she waved a fan the rabbit gave to her. Then, Alice slips into a lake made of her tears and scares the inhabitants away by talking about

  • The Theme Of Legends In Watership Down By Richard Adams

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    Richard Adams' classic novel Watership Down isn't simply a book about rabbits. Adams tackles profound ideas, such as the importance of storytelling in society, the essentiality of community, and the values of a brave heart in a dangerous world with his timeless epic, which has been compared even to Virgil's Aeneid and the Odyssey. Adams places great focus on story. Legends permeate Watership Down. When continuing on seems aimless, and our travelers need reassuring, their own storyteller, Dandelion

  • Free Essays - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Essays

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    help her escape wonderland.  Alice shows that she is curious through her actions. At the beginning of the book Alice gets distracted from her "boring" work, and chases a white rabbit down a hole. This excerpt describes Alices curiosity, "Alice started to her feet, for it flashed in her mind that she had never before seen a rabbit with either a waistcoat-pocket". When Alice is at the bottom of the hole she find a bottle labeled "Drink Me", she wants to see what it tastes like, this excerpt describes

  • Watership Down Analysis

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    Richard Adams' classic novel Watership Down isn't simply a book about rabbits. Adams tackles profound concepts, such as the importance of storytelling in societies, the essentiality of community, and the values of a brave heart in a dangerous world with his timeless epic, which has been compared even to Virgil's Aeneid and Homer's Odyssey. Adams places great emphasis on story. Legends permeate Watership Down, with stories in many chapters. When continuing on seems aimless, and the migrants need

  • Shaun Tan The Rabbits Essay

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    The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan is a simple but revealing picture book that satirically depicts the historical tragedy of the past aboriginals during the first and last settlement of the Europeans and ridiculing the Europeans behaviour using animal illustrations. The book is set in an indigenous point of view with the specific use of words and illustrations, as the story is told and viewed by the unexpected arrival of an unknown species called “The Rabbits.” This gives the readers an insight

  • Richard Adams Use Of Ethos In Rabbit Culture

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    secondary world of the novel, Richard Adams utilizes mythos to enrich the rabbit culture. Through these stories, the rabbits learn how to make up for their shortcomings by taking advantage of their assets. The series of myths in the novel discuss the rabbits’ reliance on trickery, emphasis on selflessness, and views on mortality and enhances the novel by providing a set of underlying morals that aids in understand rabbit behavior.