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Alice's-Adventures

A paperback copy of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

Alice in Wonderland is a classic Human children's story written by Lewis Carroll in the late 19th century. It is also known by the longer title Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

History and specificsEdit

In the 2230s or 2240s decade, Amanda Grayson read this book often to Spock and Michael Burnham. In the year 2256, Burnham showed Sylvia Tilly a print edition of the book. (DSC episode: "Context is for Kings")

On stardate 3025.3 in 2267, Leonard McCoy thought about both the White Rabbit and Alice whilst on the Amusement Park planet. As a result, they appeared. (TOS episode: "Shore Leave")

Shortly after, James T. Kirk met Trelane on planetoid Gothos. Both quoted from the story. (TOS episode: "The Squire of Gothos")

On stardate 4740.3 in 2268, Kirk and a being called Omen also both quoted from the story. (TOS novel: The Starship Trap)

Returning to the Amusement Park planet on stardate 5591.2 in 2268, Leonard McCoy was threatened by the Queen of Hearts and her soldiers, The Playing Cards. Later, the crew of USS Enterprise actually had a picnic with the still-existing Alice and White Rabbit. It was during this time that Spock revealed that, during his childhood, his mother Amanda had often read Alice Through the Looking-Glass to him. (TAS episode & Log Three novelization: Once Upon a Planet)

On stardate 5784.2 in 2268, Kirk was kidnapped by the Platonians, who at one point forced him to mention Tweedledum and Tweedledee. (TOS episode: "Plato's Stepchildren")

When Captain James T. Kirk attended a reception at the Federation Embassy on Earth in 2269, he was reminded of the story when he observed the eclectic array of ambassadors. (TOS novel: Death's Angel)

In 2373, Harry Kim described the beginning of Alice in Wonderland to B'Elanna Torres to help relate to circumstances they were in. He recalled the Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter, The Dormouse, large caterpillars sitting on mushrooms, and the title of Carroll's sequel. (VOY novel: Marooned)

Alice in Wonderland was a favorite of Julian Bashir, who owned a printed version. (DS9 - Mission Gamma novel: Cathedral)

When questioned by a Breen inquisitor for her name, Sarina Douglas lied and said her name was Alice and her interrogator the Mad Hatter. (ST - Typhon Pact novel: Zero Sum Game)

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