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Re: Harry Potter Garden/reading the paper


As I understand it, Alice in Wonderland was indeed a political/social commentary, but off the top of my head, could not give a reference. (I read entirely too much and retain the most eclectic of information!
Cathy

On Wednesday, January 1, 2003, at 08:12 AM, Bonnie M. Holmes wrote:

WONDERFUL fantasy...reminds me too of Gulliver's Travels and Alice in
Wonderland...when reading, I wonder if the author is poking a little fun at
the British bureaucracy...I would love to know...any of you seen a reference?

Bonnie 6+ ETN
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