Alice in Wonderland is a classic tale about a girl named Alice who follows a rabbit into Wonderland after following it down an alleyway. The book has been translated into over 170 languages, inspiring films, music, art installations, television shows, ballet productions and plays as well as numerous other forms of media representations of its content. Alice stands as an embodiment of strong women who reject social norms like she herself does – an inspiration for millions worldwide! The novel itself also serves as a symbol of feminism with strong independent women like Alice being shown as role model character who refuses social norms when faced with social norms!

Lewis Carroll did not specify exactly who inspired Alice; it has been speculated that Edith Liddell might have served as his inspiration, yet Dodgson’s drawings of Alice from Wonderland show no resemblance with Edith; biographer Anne Clark suggests Dodgson may have used one of his other child friends instead as his source.

Alice’s adventures in Wonderland have inspired various interpretations, from humorous political satire to adult-only jokes (such as Cheshire Cat’s jokes). Additionally, their narrative has also been used to explore various mathematical principles.

The film version of Alice in Wonderland is considered a timeless classic, and its characters have been played by various actresses over time. Hello Kitty was played by Caterina Scorsone for an reimagined Doraemon episode; Kat Cressida voiced Alice on Disney Channel animated series Alice Through the Looking Glass.