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44. Evaluation

Edward Stull1 
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Upper Arlington, Ohio, USA
 
In 1871, Lewis Carroll wrote the novella, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There , the sequel to the popular book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland . During Alice’s travels through an alternate world made of talking flowers, twin brothers, and an anthropomorphic egg, she finds the Red Queen. The Red Queen stands the size of a full-grown adult (see Figure 44-1). Modeled after the queen in a chess set, she moves with blazing speed in any direction she wishes. She traverses the countryside, giving Alice questionable and cryptic advice . At one point in the story, ...

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