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That was an unexpected answer, RealtiyTalk, but one I like! Can't help but sympathize with Huck inspite of his micheivious ways.
It is an interesting concept. . .
Haha! Good one! Though, I must admit that I have never read the book. I have seen the movie, however.
It is a trilogy, and of course 'The Hobbit' proceeds that, but I think it is the greatest novel ever written. I have read them all...5 times! Now they are my daughters favorites.
I saw parts fo the last two movies, and I've thought about reading the books. Usually books are much better than the movies.
Very interesting, Faith Reaper. She's definitely one of the strongest feminine literary charaters,that's for sure - in many ways.
Sure, I think that movie came from a book, didn't it? Maybe not. I love the Cheshire cat. The moon when it is nearly gone, or just a new moon, reminds me of that cat's smile. I alwyas call it the Cheshire cat moon.
“Alice's Adventures in Wonderland” written in 1865 by Lewis Carroll. I actually have the same version, published in the 1920’s. It’s old and yellow and the pages are about to crumble, but it’s beautiful. Yes, the moon... I do too! :D
Btw- I was beginning to wonder if you were naming off some fantasy character with your foreign characters there! :-p Not quite my language - mine makes sense, at least. hehe
Oh, I love Alice in Wonderland and have cherished the book since my mother had given it to me as a child. I recently had taken my Scarlett & Lily to a MadHatter's Tea Party, and it was great,and thenwrote haiku poetry about it. They are such a
MadHatter's Tea Party, you say? I must investigate :D Haiku, by you? Again... I'll have to investigate! :-)
Reminds me of Princess Jasmine. I wouldn't mind a magic carpet ride either.
Maybe cliche, but interesting nonetheless. Her character goes through several life stages within the seriews, whereas most characters basically remain around the same age.