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Q: A map of Alice in Wonderland ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: A map of Alice in Wonderland
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: dtnl42-ga
List Price: $6.00
Posted: 03 Aug 2004 05:09 PDT
Expires: 02 Sep 2004 05:09 PDT
Question ID: 382859
Are there any online maps that show the journey folowed by Alice in
both her books, in graphical / picture format

Request for Question Clarification by ephraim-ga on 03 Aug 2004 07:42 PDT
I have been able to find 2 maps showing an interpretation of
Wonderland. Neither specifies the book that is used as the basis of
the map. One is ornamental in nature, while the other is a student
project's representation of Wonderland. I cannot say how accurate
either is compared to what is stated in the books.

If this is of interest to you, let me know, and I will post it as an answer.


Clarification of Question by dtnl42-ga on 03 Aug 2004 07:51 PDT
yes please

look forward to receifing them

Subject: Re: A map of Alice in Wonderland
Answered By: ephraim-ga on 03 Aug 2004 08:09 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars

I have found the following maps of Wonderland and Alice's journey
online. While some other searches uncovered lots of Alice in
Wonderland fan and information sites, not many seemed to have maps of
Wonderland itself. I found two examples which may be of use to you.

The following is a student's representation of Wonderland for the
cover of a student literary journal. This drawing is the more map-like
of the two that I found:

	[ ]

The other map appears to be more ornamental and was found on a fan
site for an Alice in Wonderland video game. The video game fan site is
at  [ ] and the map may (currently) be
found at [
]. If the map location seems to change from time to time, so go
directly to the fan site if clicking directly on the map link gives
you an error.

I hope this helps you in your search!

Search Strategy (links to these searches below):

	"alice in wonderland" + "wonderland map"
	"alice" + "wonderland map"

[ ://

[ ://

dtnl42-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars

Subject: Re: A map of Alice in Wonderland
From: saem_aero-ga on 03 Aug 2004 08:38 PDT
Unfortunately charles Dodgson (Lewis Carrol) had never drawn a map of
Wonderland.  There are only artistic renderings of what it might look
like - which in my opinion ruins the version which you might imagine. 
However I must draw your attention to the second book in the series -
'Through the Looking Glass and what Alice Found There' published
around 1872. With this book you are able to draw an exact map ( a
chess board with certain pieces in certain locations, and you can play
the chess game along with the story! ) - Its not exactly wonderland,
but it is the closest thing that we may obtain by the original author.
 Carrol describes what the landscape of the squares in some detail and
the illustrations might give some light on the situation also.

Also another book by the same author - the Sylvie and Bruno series,
might very well have a map... but I can't remember if this is the

Just a comment. =)

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