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a b Morgan, James (29 July 2014). " 'Quantum Cheshire Cat' becomes reality". BBC News . Retrieved 24 September 2014. In the 1985 television adaptation of Carroll's books, the Cheshire Cat is portrayed by Telly Savalas. He sings a morose song called "There's No Way Home", which simply drives Alice to try and find a way home even more. Alice in Wonderland statue". Time Out. Archived from the original on 20 September 2022 . Retrieved 18 September 2022. Alice first encounters it at the Duchess's house in her kitchen, and then later outside on the branches of a tree, where it appears and disappears at will, engaging Alice in amusing but sometimes vexing conversation. The cat raises philosophical points that annoy or baffle Alice. It does, however, appear to cheer her up when it turns up suddenly at the Queen of Hearts' croquet field, and when sentenced to death baffles everyone by having made its head appear without its body, sparking a massive argument between the executioner and the King and Queen of Hearts about whether something that does not have a body can indeed be beheaded.

In the DS game "A Witch's Tale," a mystical savior named Alice appeared and used the Witch's magic against them and sealed them away. Also, the main character is named Liddell, who is a witch-in-training.As everyone keeps going on about who she really is, Alice's return becomes a rite of passage as she discovers herself and faces her fears head-on to not only save Wonderland and fulfill its long-awaited prophecy but also to save herself. While finding her true calling and way in life, Alice will learn to believe in the impossible in this dark "coming of age" fantasy film.

Tess stumbles upon a group of teenagers hiding out in the local haunted house performing séances and discovers that the house’s 150-year-old ghost desperately wants a cat to care for in the afterlife, and it apparently has its sights set on Alice. Tess believes the ghost is in some way encouraging the cat to end her life prematurely and with the help of two unlikely friends, attempts to save her cat, her dad and make peace with the ghost. The two friends are genuine fun, another kid who has a crush on her (Cotter) and a much older boy (Eddie) who has an acquired brain injury from an unexplained baseball injury some years earlier. The scenes featuring the three provide many of the story’s lighter moments and highlight the fact Tess is not that easy to get along with There are numerous theories about the origin of the phrase "grinning like a Cheshire Cat" in English history. A possible origin of the phrase is one favoured by the people of Cheshire, a county in England which boasts numerous dairy farms; hence the cats grin because of the abundance of milk and cream. [3] Boe Birns, Margaret (1984). "Solving the Mad Hatter's Riddle". The Massachusetts Review. 25 (3): 457–468 (462). JSTOR 25089579. In Ever After High, the Cheshire Cat is a woman human/cat hybrid whom is the mother of Kitty Cheshire. She is a cruel and dismissive mother who pressures Kitty into committing pranks and acts of anarchy to receive her validation.

Nicholls, Catherine (2014). Alice's Wonderland: A Visual Journey Through Lewis Carroll's Mad, Mad World. Race Point Publishing. p.188. Appleton, Andrea (23 July 2015). "The Mad Challenge of Translating "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" ". Smithsonian. Archived from the original on 25 January 2022 . Retrieved 25 January 2022. Writing style and themes [ edit ] Symbolism [ edit ] Three cards painting the white rose tree red to cover it up from the Queen of Hearts (Coloured Tenniel illustration)

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