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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.
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.
It is an interesting concept. . .
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.