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Go Ask Alice Book

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Do you suppose he could be hiding? Hmmm… not here. I wonder… No, I suppose he must have… Oh! Why, what peculiar little figures! Tweedle Dee… and Tweedle Dum! Dum: Aye, the first thing in a visit is to say: How do you do and shake hands, shake hands, shake hands. How do you do and shake hands and state your name and business. And this was odd, because it was the middle of the night. The Walrus and the Carpenter were walking close at hand. The beach was white from side to side but much too full of sand. Walrus: …to talk of other things.

Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, and cabbages and kings. And why the sea is boiling hot, and whether pigs have wings. Callooh, callay, no work today! The day is warm and bright! A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, would be a sheer delight! She knew too well this was no time to leave her oyster bed. Walrus: Yes, yes, of course, of course! But eh… haha! The time has come, my little friends, to talk of other things. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, of cabbages and kings. Callooh, callay, come run away! A loaf of bread is what we chiefly need. Walrus: Oh yes, yes, splendid idea!

Haha, very good indeed! Carpenter: Of peppercorn some mustard seed and other seasonings. Walrus: I uh, weep for you, I -uh- oh, excuse me, I deeply sympathize. Alice: Oh yes, a very good moral, if you happen to be an oyster. Dum: First verse: You are old father William, the young man said and your hair has become very white. And yet you incessantly stand on your head, do you think at your age it is right, is right, do you think at your age it is right? White Rabbit: Mary Ann! Uh… no no!

Go go! Go get my gloves! Alice: Goodness. Hmmm, now let me see. If I were a rabbit, where would I keep my gloves? Thank you. Hmhmhmhmhmhm -oeh! Oh no no, not again! White Rabbit: Oh! Mary Ann! Now you see here, Mary Ann… Help! Help, assistance! White Rabbit: Hmm? Eh, we need a lazzerd with a lizard, a lizard a bb…b… can you help us? Dodo: Of course! In you go now. Nothing to it, old boy. Simply tie your tail around the monsters neck and drag it out! Dodo: I propose that we… uhh… dow! By Jove! Dodo: Hi ho! Some kindling, a stick or two, all this bit of rubbish ought to do. Dodo: Thank you! Noho, my poor house and furniture…. Alice: Oh dear, this is serious! I simply must… oh! A garden! Perhaps if I eat something it will make me grow smaller….

White Rabbit: Not me, you- you- you- you- you barbarian! Dodo: No cooperation, no cooperation at all? Jolly will have to carry on alone! Pf, pf, pf, pf…. Alice: Wait! Just a minute! Oh, dear. Why curious butterflies! Alice: Oh, yes, of course, I… hmm? Now who do you suppose… Ah, a horse fly! I mean, a- a rocking horse fly! Rose: Girls, girls! Sound your A, Lily! All flowers: Little bread-and-butterflies kiss the tulips, and the sun is like a toy balloon. There are get up in the morning glories, in the golden afternoon. There are dizzy daffodils on the hillside, strings of violets are all in tune, Tiger lilies love the dandelions, in the golden afternoon, the golden afternoon.

There are dog and caterpillars and a copper centipede, where the lazy daisies love the very peaceful life they lead… You can learn a lot of things from the flowers, for especially in the month of June. Alice: You can learn a lot of things from the flowers, for especially in the month of June. If I were my right size, I could pick every one of you if I wanted to! Alice: You can learn a lot of things from the flowers… Huh!

Seems to me they could learn a few things about manners! Alice: Hmm? Oh, oh, yes, sir! Um… how doth the little busy bee, improve each shi…. Caterpillar: Hmm! Gryphon told Alice that because she defeated the Jabberwock, she already avenged Gryphon's impending death and encouraged Alice to fight the Red Queen. His final dying words to Alice were "Do your best, Alice; you can only do your best; you can always do After a long and deadly battle with the Queen, Alice came out as the winner, [34] and Wonderland became a peaceful world once again, with many of her old friends revived from death. In the real world, as part of the aftermath of her victory, Alice's mental state had improved greatly. In November [13] , Alice was deemed sane enough to be released from Rutledge.

During Alice's release from Rutledge Asylum, a black cat was seen leaving with her. Whether or not the cat was Dinah a decade older, or simply a feral cat Alice befriended in the asylum and chose to adopt, was not revealed. After being released from Rutledge Asylum, [6] one of her former carers, Nurse Pris Witless found Alice a home and a job at the Houndsditch Home for Wayward Youth, an orphanage for unfortunate children, in London.

Even after a year of being out of the asylum in late , Alice was still dealing with her tragic childhood memories along with serious survivor's guilt, and also began to suffer from auditory and visual hallucinations. While working at Houndsditch, Alice was attending hypnotic therapy with Dr. Angus Bumby. Bumby's mental treatment suppressed some parts of Alice's psyche, mostly those that pertains to Wonderland, which in turn caused her to suffer from frightening hallucinations of Wonderland. One day, after her session with the doctor was over, Bumby sent Alice to pick up medicine at the pharmacist.

On her way, Alice became side-tracked with following a stray cat. Upon entering a dark alley, she experienced a hallucination of several monstrous figures with Jabberwock heads surrounding her, until it was interrupted by Nurse Witless, who had found her wandering around. Alice was not very happy to see the old woman as Witless was using Alice's "confession" to blackmail her in order to get money to buy alcohol. In return, Witless would not report Alice's "confession" to the police.

Alice was surprised to hear that Witless might have information about her missing rabbit toy. Witless then brought Alice to her rooftop, where Alice had another hallucination of Witless transforming into the Jabberwock. The fear Alice had from seeing Witless turn into a monster triggered an even greater mental breakdown, and Alice fell into Wonderland again. Alice landed in the Vale of Tears, and found Wonderland appearing to be much more peaceful than when she was in Rutledge. However, greeted by her old friend Cheshire Cat, he told her that there was a new ruler in Wonderland and Alice's sanity was at risk once again. Alice agreed to reconstruct him in exchange for information about the source of Wonderland's corruption.

After recovering his limbs, Alice and Hatter broke into the main hub of the factory, and Alice witnessed the sight of the Infernal Train leaving the factory and heading into Wonderland, which several Wonderlanders considered the cause of all the corruption. Upon the departure of the Train, Dormouse and the March Hare lifted the Hatter away with a giant hook and confronted Alice in a mechanical robot controlled by the both of them. However, the Hatter freed himself and dropped a teapot upon the battle robot causing it to fall apart and eject Dormouse and March Hare on to the floor in front of Alice. The Mad Hatter suddenly slipped into a delusional state and began conversing with Dormouse and March Hare, claiming he only wanted another tea party.

Alice urged Hatter to give more information about the Infernal Train, but the Hatter quickly turned down Alice's questions and returned to drinking tea with his dead friends. Alice pleaded with the Hatter only for him to be crushed by the debris of the collapsed roof of the factory. Alice scoffed, claiming he deserved to die from not keeping his end of the bargain by helping her and was quickly overwhelmed by a sea of tea and drowned.

Alice woke up in the real world to find two fishermen who pulled her out of the River Thames and onto the docks and planned on raping her, but she told them off. She navigated the docks to find Nan Sharpe, her former nanny, at the Mangled Mermaid , a whorehouse. Inside, she interrupted a possible assault between Nanny and Jack Splatter. Alice ordered Jack to leave Nan Sharpe alone but was knocked unconscious by him, triggering a return trip to Wonderland. They both go underwater to the Deluded Depths , [44] but when Alice questioned Turtle about the Train, he was unable to give her information, as he was too terrified to speak of it after being replaced as stationmaster. Mock Turtle gave Alice a ticket to the Carpenter 's show , urging her to use it.

However, Carpenter betrayed her and trapped her in a ghost-filled cemetery. Alice became angry with Carpenter for his actions, but he told her that he was only trying to hide Wonderland from the Infernal Train. As the said train came crashing in, he implied that Alice was partially responsible for the train and that someone was misleading her. His last words of advice to Alice was to seek Caterpillar. Alice woke up to find that Splatter had set the Mangled Mermaid on fire. Her nanny, unwilling to talk about the fire that killed the Liddell's, escorted Alice to Wilton J.

Radcliffe, the Liddell family lawyer so she could ask him questions and collect her rabbit doll, but after Radcliffe voiced his suspicions regarding Alice's role in the fire, she had a psychotic break. Alice arrived in Wonderland in the abandoned house of Radcliffe. She exited the house and into the twisted and corruption Vale of Tears now called the Vale of Doom. After traversing the disjointed Vale of Doom, Alice came to a small pool with a tiny mountain reaching out from the middle of it.

Caterpillar surrounded her in smoke, shrinking her into Oriental Grove , the Caterpillar's domain. Alice was distressed about saving the world, doubting her ability when she cannot save herself. Caterpillar answered that by saving Wonderland meant she would also help herself. He also mentioned that the train was Alice's creation, and that she must seek out the Queen of Hearts, whom Caterpillar described as "someone she once knew and loved. Alice was exposed to the blinding sunlight which beckoned her back to reality. She saw the fluttering silhouette of a butterfly on a window. Alice woke up again, this time in gaol , where the police brought her in after she had a hysterical fit in the middle of the street.

Cheshire Cat conversed with Alice about her triumph over the Queen and urged her to proceed forward. She reached the entrance to the palace to find it blocked by the defeated White King. He informed her that after she left, the Queen took over and imprisoned him there. He also mentioned that destroying him will allow her to move forward. Before Alice killed him, the White King warned her of an "out-sized killer," revealed to be the Executioner , patrolling Queensland and discouraged Alice from fighting him.

Cheshire appeared saying the Executioner did not normally chase after those who escape him but Alice was his only exception. Through her trek through Queensland, the Executioner found Alice and either tried to kill her or send her to different parts of Queensland. However, while Alice made her way through the Red Queen's courtyard , [56] she was pursued by the Executioner and found a cake labelled "Eat Me. While looking for the Queen, Alice deduced that her older sister, who was found dead but unburnt, had not been killed by the fire, but had been killed by the real arsonist. However, she still did not know who the arsonist was. The Queen wrapped Alice in her tentacles and consumed her, sending her into a nightmare.

After seeing a vision of Dr. Wilson, and Nurse Cratchet , Alice went on a disturbing surreal walk through Rutledge and had been incarcerated there. However, it turned out to just be another nightmarish hallucination mixed with her memories of her time in the asylum. Radcliffe rumbled about Alice's resistance to forget from their point of view, declaring that she either conformed and forget or go back to Rutledge forever. She encountered a mortally wounded Insane Child bleeding to death on the ground. She had been bisected, and the lower part of her body was unseen.

With her dying breath, she implored Alice to help the other children. Alice stated that she did not think the children were in danger anymore as the Queen of Hearts had been defeated, which symbolized her failure to recognize and act upon the abuse happening to the orphans she lived with at Houndstitch. The little girl then told her that though their enemies come and go, a new evil reigns, worse than the conquered Queen. The child then died, leaving Alice to find a burning premonition of her home. Alice then proceeded into the Dollhouse. Within the wasteland of abandoned toys, Alice met the Insane Children. Their leader asked for her help and offered a very cryptic explanation for what was going on, saying that "parts" of the children were being taken from them by the mastermind behind the Infernal Train and the Ruin monsters, the Dollmaker.

However, the Insane Children were forced into hiding before they could explain further. The Dollmaker captured Alice and made her into a doll. She was able to break free from his hold moments later. Almost immediately after this confrontation, Alice, in reality, confronted Bumby at Moorgate Station. Alice called Bumby out on his actions, and for exploiting and abusing children and destroying their innocence, memories and identities for his own monetary gain. He bragged about his abuse towards the children placed in his care, making them forget everything and turning them into prostitutes.

At the same time, in Wonderland, Alice made her way through the Infernal Train, and along the way talked to Hatter, Caterpillar, and the Queen. The Hatter rumbled in delusion about Alice's quest for the truth and mentioned in a very roundabout way that forcing herself to forget was not her solution but the source of her confusion. Next, Alice confronted Caterpillar, who said that because Alice was so consumed by her own pain, she became oblivious of Bumby's motives with the children, and that she perhaps deserves punishment for not realizing this before. The Queen told her to make her survival of the fire mean something or Wonderland and herself would all be doomed.

After Alice destroyed the Dollmaker, [64] she finally stood up to Bumby in the real world and threatened to tell the police about his crimes. Bumby was not scared of her words as he knew that no one would believe a poor madwoman over such a respected man like himself, and he implies that he already covered up his tracks by destroying all evidence and traces of his crimes. Bumby simply called her a "psychotic silly bitch" and told her to go away. Alice felt so much animosity and hatred towards Bumby, and was looking at the source of her family's deaths, the one responsible for stealing 10 years of life and putting her in mental hell, and abusing children.

Knowing that Bumby would unlikely be convicted and that she may never have another chance to seek revenge, Alice made a choice. As she was about to leave, Alice hesitated and, in her Wonderland dress , turned back and pushed him in front of an oncoming train, killing him. As she exited the station, Alice walked into Londerland , where Wonderland and London had woven into one existence.

Cat told her that she cannot go home as she freed herself from the pain and suffering in reality and psychological worlds she was forced to call her home. While much devastation had fallen onto Wonderland, her memory was safe for now. When asked about what happened and what this ending means, American McGee clarified that that ending means that Alice is in a better place - not in the asylum and not otherwise in pain, suffering or tortured. It also means that she has come to accept and master both her psychological mental world and the real physical world. However, McGee also clarified this ending means that Alice can't ever "go home" and live her life that way she used to as life moves forward.

She has also found the truth and overcome her demons. After the events of Bumby's death and Londerland's discovery, Alice connected with and entered the mentalities and minds of those around her, further learning about the horrors of the human subconscious. Having unified the material and psychological worlds, Alice embraced her power, which allowed her to move freely between both realms.

As she was no longer limited by mortal constraints, she can enter into and manipulate the psychological worlds of others. She became confident and powerful, and was able to help those in need — confronting manifestations of their psychological trauma, and thereby guiding them to resolution and tranquility. On the Moon, Jules Verne was gazing at the sky, watching the stars.

Alice appeared and told him that she believed he was going the wrong way. He wondered how she was able to go to the Moon and asked if she was lost, Alice returned the question and invited him to come back down to Earth. He looked into the far reaches of the galaxy, pondering his final science-adventure novel, when Alice commented that he had not yet shown them far enough. Verne dismissed her statement and asked her "what could be deeper than the Earth", before he started to follow her to a rocketship.

She idly replied that it was not the right question, but supposed that it was a start. Having been mildly offended at her manners, he proceeded to tell that she had not introduced herself, yet seek his companionship on an adventure. Alice told her name and that, like him, she also never refused a Voyage Extraordinaire. Verne continued to board the rocketship. As the ship fell down to Earth, causing its hull to catch fire, Verne seemed to notice that Alice did not fear the fire.

She stated that she did not fear it anymore, and that her fears "[were not] of lasting relevance. Alice asked what Verne feared, and he replied that he "[looked] to the skies not in fear, but with intent. The hot air balloon fell into the ocean, and they sailed in the Nautilus. Several tentacles were circling around the submarine, and a tentacle had wandered to the viewing window. Alice then reflected on her relationship with Bumby, saying that "not all men of science [were] driven by noble pursuits", when the deceased doctor's image morphed from the tentacle.

She gripped her Vorpal Blade and almost drew it out, as she again asked Verne what he feared. The tentacle's eyes lit up and noticed the Vorpal Blade, before returning to normal and disappearing. The tentacle monster was revealed to be the Leviathan, manifested from Alice's psyche. Verne took the Nautilus's wheel and they emerged in a cavern. In the cavern, Alice and Verne found caveman scribbles, depicting figures engaged in battle using bows and arrows: humanity fighting and killing itself.

Alice and Verne discussed unintended consequences caused by noble intentions, and the dark nature of humanity. He told her that "deeper than the humble beginnings of man [was] his dark nature. He held her hand and they were transported on a war tower. Verne wondered if the place they were in was hell, and Alice stated that his fear "may one day become reality. Verne told Alice that they "lead mankind to one of two inevitable ends", as he agreed when she said he finally knew his question.

He looked at the revolving door with a "" above it and walked toward it, saying that he "[had] been here before and now returned with a question and a purpose. Alice found employment at the London Royal Opera House, doing backstage work. She talked about how her parents used to describe it to her, saying it was the only place on earth where dreams come alive. Despite their words, Alice had not actually seen one of the shows even after the events of the fire.

As she was placing the books on the shelf, she accidentally hit a medium-sized glass marble and it fell to the floor and rolled into a miniature diorama of a stage. She followed a paper cutout of an opera singer and crawled through the curtains until she reached the front stage, where she found Richard Wagner on a podium of trumpets. He began to play his Der Ring des Nibelungen opera, and the curtains open to reveal an underwater backdrop. Alice looked at the sudden scenery and noticed Alberich from the other side of the stage who ran to her and swiped her Omega necklace. Alice could only look at his retreating figure as Wagner flipped to the next page of his music sheet and the backdrop changed into the evening sky.

A Valkyrie swooped down and lifted Alice up and away to Valhalla and dropped her in the palace. Wotan ordered her to retrieve her stolen necklace because it contained a secret that could end the world, and turned Alice into a Valkyrie. She and the other Valkyries set out to defeat Alberich in a mountain cavern. Once there, they fought Alberich, who had transformed into a skeletal dragon using the power obtained from her necklace.

They successfully killed him and he slowly reverted into a dwarf. Afterwards, Alice and the Valkyries returned to the palace and gave her necklace to Wotan. When he clutched the necklace, the sky turned red and fire rose beneath the mountain where the palace resided, and he revealed his plan to reborn the earth from ash. An infuriated Alice stood up against him and used her spear to stab him in the eye, killing him in the process. Alice woke up to find herself on the stage floor, just as Wagner finished his piece, and behind her was Valhalla engulfed in flames as the curtains closed. She then stated that she "had her fill of the theatre for a while. Throughout the series, Alice is usually portrayed as a young woman with an underweight and fragile figure; she is borderline anorexic with a dangerously small waist, implying malnourishment.

Her skin is pale, she has dark hair, a long oval-shaped face and large eyes with a shade of emerald-green. She is of average height for a woman, possibly slightly under average. Alice has straight, dark auburn hair that it cut just past the shoulder, which has a center parting and no fringe. She wears a navy blue dress with short puffy sleeves, a fanned-out skirt that is cut to about mid-leg and a skull called Hollow Yves decorated with a white bow and ribbon. To complete the outfit, Alice wears a simple white apron over the dress, black-and-white stockings underneath, and black knee-high boots which are secured with silver buckles.

Her outfit sports astronomical symbols on the apron pockets, although they are depicted inconsistently throughout artwork and in-game models. Blood can be seen splattered over her apron and skirt. In reality, Alice's skin is sickly pale with disheveled shoulder-length dull brown hair, which had been once cut off at Rutledge's against her will. Her cheeks are gaunt and she looks even more borderline anorexic and exhausted. Her eyes have darkened skin around them, giving the impression that she is tired or has been crying. Her suicide cuts on her once-bloody wrists appear to have been healed. As Alice was suffering from poverty and couldn't afford basic clothing, her clothes were given to her by Pris Witless; a filthy black-and-white dress with a striped, long-sleeved top and black skirt, complete with black stockings, ankle-high boots, and a dirty white apron.

Alice is unable to have her clothes and appearance washed properly, reflecting her poor borderline homeless life with no friends, almost once turning to prostitution so she wouldn't starve to death on the streets of London. When she returns to Wonderland, Alice changes slightly to a more "beautiful" form: she has a healthier complexion, straighter and longer hair that has a reddish tinge and appears to be wearing make-up in the form of peach lipstick and black eyeliner with dark pink eye shadow.

The sudden change in her physical appearance could reflect how Alice sees herself, or wishes to be, and she changes due to her mental state when she enters Wonderland, a place where her inner thoughts, desires and psyche manifest. Alice's Wonderland outfits often change, although she is always in a dress, usually with an apron. When she first returns to Wonderland, she returns to her classic blue dress but this time the symbol of Ceres has been replaced with the symbol of Eris. As she explores Wonderland, Alice gains new dresses that match the current location she is in. During Alice's hallucination in Rutledge, she wears a straitjacket.

Alice's head is shaved and her eyes appear very tired and slightly out of focus, with what appears to be black tears or possibly dirt or makeup running down her face. The straitjacket is a single pieced white item of clothing, which resembles a dress. The upper half has been tied with brown leather belts, which makes Alice unable to move her arms and it is worn in such a way that Alice's right shoulder is exposed. The bottom of the jacket is loose, letting Alice walk around barefooted. A misconception to those unfamiliar with the series, especially if someone merely sees art of Alice covered in blood or gore or the like, is that American McGee's version of Alice is an evil psychopath, feels no remorse for killing, and enjoys killing for no reason.

However, if one plays the series, it is shown that despite her capacity to be vengeful and edgy, Alice is truly benevolent and cares about her animal friends in Wonderland very deeply, as well as protecting the abused orphans from Bumby. Alice's mission is to save Wonderland from the murderous Red Queen and, later, the mysterious train destroying Wonderland. Alice also gives empathy to those who she feels deserve it, and has reasons for killing the monsters in her mind.

In this sense, Alice can be viewed as a heroine. Her mother describes young Alice as being reckless. She has been described as stubborn, and becomes enraged when someone says something she hates, disagrees with, or when she is talked down to, and will retort verbally. On very rare occasions, Alice has used physical violence such as when she attacked one of the orderlies with a spoon during her stay at Rutledge, as well as a nurse she believed was the Duchess. She is shown to be very ruthless and cynical towards others. Alice is clever, creative, intelligent and quick-witted with a curious nature. She has a sharp tongue and a direct way of approaching things — she is not afraid to speak her mind.

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