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Vote for your top choice from the list below. This poll is based upon the selector "Alice in Wonderland Selector" by Miss Hanyaan.

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Alice - Alice is the main character, and although she is the only real person, she is not necessarily the most typical person. Her character was changed very little in adaptation to the Disney movie, as her character is set in stone. Alice-type people take things in stride, are almost unflappable, and are perfectly willing to accept anything. They often try to be smart, even if they aren't.
White Rabbit - The White Rabbit is nervous and always in a hurry. However, he is confident enough about himself to contradict the King of Hearts.
Mouse - One of the creatures that fell into the pool of Alice’s tears. He tries to dry the others by telling them the driest story he knows.
Caterpillar - The Caterpillar was represented differently in the movie and the books; in the movie, he was a strangely high Arabian-type who was incredibly persistent in asking who Alice was. In the book, there is no Arabian theme to the Caterpillar, and he is somewhat teacher-like. Either way, the Caterpillar is a Wonderland oddity; a character with a reason for being somewhat mad. A Caterpillar-type person is somewhat sane, and has the potential to re-invent themselves. They're often under-appreciated but once they become the butterfly they were meant to be, nobody takes them lightly.
Duchess - she is very ugly and mistreats her baby. She is also fond of finding morals in things. She tries to be in everyone's good books (especially the Queen's one) by acting very complimentary.
Cheshire Cat - The Cheshire Cat is the only character in Wonderland who actually listens to Alice. With his remarks, he teaches Alice the ‘rules’ of Wonderland. He gives her insight in how things work down there. It constantly grins and can disappear and reappear whenever it likes. Sometimes the cat disappears and leaves its grin behind.
March Hare - Holds a a tea party with the Hatter and the Dormouse. The party will continue forever, as they live in a frozen time.
Mad Hatter - He occasionally is very rude and provokes Alice during the tea party. When he is called upon by the Queen, he is very nervous and frightened.
Dormouse - He constantly falls asleep and is mistreated by the Hare and the Hatter.
Deck of Cards - Playing cards and the Queen’s gardeners. They’re painting roses red because they planted white ones by mistake.
Queen of Hearts - She rules over Wonderland and is a tyrant - violent, authoritative and dominant. She likes to play croquet with live flamingos and hedgehogs as mallets and balls (but only when she wins, and by her own rules) and constantly orders the beheading of people when something isn't to her liking
Mock Turtle - He he seems to be very sad and constantly sobs. He tells Alice about his schooldays.
Gryphon - He takes Alice to the Mock Turtle. With him he explains the Lobster Quadrille to Alice.
Live Flowers - Meet Alice in the garden.
Red Queen - Lewis wrote:
Tweedle-Dum/Tweedle-Dee - Fat twin brothers who dress as a schoolboys. The brothers are rather affectionate with one another, but don't hesitate to fight over insignificant matters. They are also
Red King - He is asleep and Alice wonders if he’s dreaming about her, which means that she isn’t the one who is dreaming her adventures behind the looking-glass.
White Queen - Carroll wrote: ''Lastly, the White Queen seemed, to my dreaming fancy, gentle, stupid, fat and pale; helpless as an infant; and with a slow, maundering, bewildered air about her just suggesting imbecility, but never quite passing into it; that would be, I think, fatal to any comic effect she might otherwise produce
Humpty Dumpty - An egg who sits on a very narrow wall. He is very proud, rude, easily-offended and claims to be the master of words. In the end he (presumably) falls off the wall.
Lion - Fights the Unicorn for the White King’s crown.
Unicorn - Fights the Lion for the White King’s crown.
White Knight - He rescues Alice from the Red Knight. He cannot ride his horse properly, likes inventing things and is a little melancholic. We are told that he has shaggy hair, mild blue eyes, a kind and gentle face and fond is of inventions. This is also a description of Lewis Carroll, so he may have modeled the White Knight after himself. The Knight is also the only one who is truly nice to Alice and later she remembers him best.
Dinah - Alice’s cat. She isn’t physically there in the book but Alice talks about her many times, especially about the fact that she is good at hunting and killing animals.

   

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