The script of Alice in the wonderland. Doorknob: Ohhhhh!! Alice: OH! Oh, I beg your pardon. Doorknob: Oh, oh, it quite all right. But you did give me quite a turn! Alice: You see, I was following... Doorknob: Rather good, what? Doorknob, turn? Alice: Please, sir.
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Alice: OH! Oh, I beg your pardon.
Doorknob: Oh, oh, it quite all right. But you did give me quite a turn!
Alice: You see, I was following...
Doorknob: Rather good, what? Doorknob, turn?
Alice: Please, sir.
Doorknob: Well, one good turn deserves another! What can I do for you?
Alice: Well, I’m looking for a white rabbit. So, um, if you don’t mind...
Doorknob: Uh? Oh!
Alice: There he is! I simply must get through!
Doorknob: Sorry, you’re much too big. Simply impassible.
Alice: You mean impossible?
Doorknob: No, impassible. Nothing impossible! Why don you try the bottle on the table?
Alice: Table? Oh!
Doorknob: Read the directions, and directly you’ll be directed in the right direction. He he he!
Alice: Drink me? Hmmm, better look first. For if one drinks much from a bottle marked poison? it almost certain to disagree with one, sooner or later.
Doorknob: Beg your pardon!
Alice: I was just giving myself some good advice. But... hmm, tastes like oh... cherry tart... custard... pineapple... roast turkey... goodness! What did I do?
Doorknob: Ho ho ho ho! You almost went out like a candle!
Alice: But look! I’m just the right size!
Doorknob: Oh, no use! Ha ha ha ha. I forgot to tell you, ho ho ho ho! I was locked!
Alice: Oh no!
Doorknob: Ha ha ha, but of course, uh, you’re got the key, so...
Alice: What key?
Doorknob: Now, don’t tell me you left it up there!
Alice: Oh, dear! What ever will I do?
Doorknob: Try the box, naturally.
Alice: Oh! at me? All right. But goodness knows what this will do…wow, wow, wow, wow, wow!
Alice: What did you say?
Doorknob: I said: little of that went a long way? Ha ha ha ha!
Alice: Well, I don’t think it so funny! Now- now I do never get out-out!
Doorknob: Oh, come on now. Crying won’t help.
Alice: I know, but I- I- I just can’t stop!
Doorknob: Hey, hey you! Bwbwlwbbwlwbl! Say, this won't do at all! You, you up there, stop! Stop, I say! Oh look! The bottle, the bottle...
Alice: Oh dear, I do wish I hadn’t cried so much.
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Alice Pleasance Liddell was born in 1852. Her father was the Dean of Christchurch College, Oxford, where Alice, with her three sisters and brother, spent most of her childhood.Charles Dodgson was also resident at Christchurch where he taught mathmatics. He first met Alice through his hobby of photography and the two struck up a friendship which would eventually inspire the "Alice" stories. Dodgson often took Alice and her sisters on outings around Oxford, and many of the places they went and the things they saw found their way into the stories.
All of the Oxford 'Alice locations' still exist and you can visit them yourself. You can even hire a boat at Salters' Boatyard and head upriver in Alices' wake to see the treacle well at Binsey and then try to find the spot where the picnic took place at Godstow Lock.Some of the main points of interest are on the map below, run your mouse over the place names to get more information.