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Escapism Featured in Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan

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Was written as a speech for a presentation. Presents ideas about themes and motifs in Alice in Wonderland and compares and contrasts them to JM Barrie's Peter pan.

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Film Fiction Literature English-language films Kingdom Hearts characters Peter Pan Fantasy worlds Fictional countries Alice's Adventures in Wonderland White Rabbit Neverland Wonderland Lewis Carrol
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Film Fiction Literature English-language films Kingdom Hearts characters Peter Pan Fantasy worlds Fictional countries Alice's Adventures in Wonderland White Rabbit Neverland Wonderland Lewis Carrol
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Fairy tales allow us to explore common societal notions, such as growing up and the journey into adulthood. This is certainly true of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol and the original telling of Peter Pan by J.M Barrie. In both texts we see how children take comfort in worlds that defy logic. These worlds often act as profound allegories for life and the journey of growing up. It is in these worlds that we see how everything has deeper meaning, such as a trip down a rabbit hole or a relentless crocodile. They also demonstrate how in both the real world and even those that are not bound by logic, time is inescapable. In both Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan we see how children escape to worlds that defy logic. It is in these worlds of impossibility that the main characters gain insight into adulthood. In Alice in Wonderland we see how through the use...
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