Name Professor Course Date “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll The plot of the novel “Through the Looking Glass” revolves around he dangerous games in the uncertain world. The author Lewis Carroll narrates to his audience about the adventure of Alice and how everything turned to her like a reflection; everything in the world looked like a reflection. Suddenly Alice decides to enter into the looking glass which gave her a reflection of the other side of the universe. The most exciting thing of the world. In conclusion “Through the Looking Glass” is a masterpiece that narrates the adventures of a young Alice. It depicts the life one goes through as a child through adulthood. According to the author life is like a game and everyone should be braced for tough times. Therefore people should not just reflect their lives on a “mirror” people should learn to struggle their way to success. Work Cited Carroll Lewis. Through the looking glass. And what Alice found there. Narcissus. 1962. [...]
.) You need to identify the title and author of the book. 2.) You need to explain the complete plot. 3.) You need to explain what you like about this book. 4.) You need to address the message of the book. (What was the purpose of the book? Were there any inner meanings the author was trying to share?) Keep your report between 500-800 words long. Remember, the rules of English grammar and usage apply. You will need to spell, capitalize, punctuate, and compose everything properly.