Monday, March 17, 2014


I've compared Sara and Alice's Adventure in Wonderland in both their setting and characters:

1. The protagonist Sara and Alice are both children yet very different individuals. But they do share common characteristics such as curiosity and child-like personality.

2. The settings in both novels are similar as well. They are secluded in the sense that no humans are present except for the protagonists.

3. Animals can communicate with the the protagonists.

Here is my shell.


  1. You could examine how the setting affects each character, if that's not something you were planning on doing already. It also might be helpful to try to tie your paper into a broader, more general audience: like, why is your paper significant to the reader? Perhaps you could talk about how in life in general, our setting affects who we are as people. But that's just a suggestion. :)