Alice meets some very unusual insects and suddenly finds herself on a strange train journey without a ticket. If you have wondered about what a bread and butter fly looks like, or what a horse fly sounds like, listen on. By the way, this chapter ends rather suddenly.
Alice talks to some flowers who think she is stupid, meets the Red Queen, and finds herself as a pawn in a game of chess.
The story of St. David, the patron saint of Wales, whose day falls on March 1st.
Looking Glass House. Alice is playing with her cats and a ball of wool. Curiosity leads her through the mirror into a world of upside down logic where she meets the Red Chess Queen.
Alice’s Evidence. We reach the final Chapter of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland when Alice finally declares that her tormentors are “Nothing But a Pack of Cards”.
Restored ! The trial begins of the Knave of Hearts on the charge of stealing the tarts. Many familiar faces are present in the court room.
The Lobster Quadrille. The Mock Turtle and The Gryphon dance. And then they sing “Will you walk a little faster?” said a whiting to a snail. There’s a porpoise close behind us, and he’s treading on my tail.”
The Mock Turtle’s Story. We meet a Gryphon and a Mock Turtle. A Gryphon is a mythological creature and a mock turtle was a type of Victorian Soup. They make strange company.
The Queen’s Croquet-Ground. It is a wonder that anybody is left alive, the Queen is so busy calling for the executioners. The Queen meets her match though in the disappearing form of the Cheshire cat.
The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – one of the most famous of all chapters in children’s literature – is here presented in all its wonderful lunacy. A mad March Hare, an even madder Hatter, and a dozy dormouse provide company for Alice at tea table where the party never ceases because time is stuck perpetually at 6pm.