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White Sailors

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Through the Looking Glass


There are four novels in axel-and-alice They are not written in hypertext but what happens in them is related to what happens in the rest of axel-and-alice.

Two of the novels are written by Peter Jerrim. Two of them are written by Lewis Carroll. Some people who have read them think they match up in a special way.

These are just some of the novels Kim Rubenach reads to her class during 1994. You may find these four books have a similar theme.

The first two novels are science fiction. They're set in the future when humans start to explore beyond our solar system. Rolling comes first and White Sailors is a sequel. But it doesn't matter which order you read them in.

The third and fourth novels were written by Lewis Carroll over 100 years ago.

The characters in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland affect the characters in axel-and-alice in surprising ways.

And Through the Looking Glass is mixed up in it, too!

Some people think that Rolling is a similar story to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

Others think that White Sailors is like Through the Looking Glass.

What do you think?

Do any of these novels give clues to help solve the mystery of who Alice is and where she comes from?