Character description of Alice Alice is the main character of the story “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. She is a seven-year-old English girl with lots of imagination.In the text of the two Alice books, author Lewis Carroll often did not remark on the physical appearance of his protagonist, offering only "very few details".Details of her fictional life can be discovered throughout the text of the two books. At home, she has a significantly older sister, a pet cat named Dinah, an elderly nurse, and a governess, who teaches her lessons. When writing on her personality in "Alice on the Stage" (April 1887), Carroll described her as "loving and gentle", "courteous to all", "trustful", and "wildly curious, and with the eager enjoyment of Life that comes only in the happy hours of childhood The character of Alice is based on a real girl, called Alice Liddell, who was one of the author’s child-friends. The illustrations of Alice by John Tenniel are not based on Alice Liddell but on another child-friend : Mary Hilton Badcock
Mad Hatter character description The Mad Hatter is one of the members of the Mad Tea Party. He occasionally is very rude and provokes Alice during the tea party. When he is called upon by the Queen, he is very nervous and frightened. Although everybody calls him ‘the Mad Hatter’, Lewis Carroll never actually called him that in the story. He just referred to him as ‘the Hatter’. The Hatter and his tea party friend, the March Hare, are initially referred to as "both mad" by the distinctive Cheshire Cat. The first mention of both characters occurs in the sixth chapter of Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, titled "Pig and Pepper", in a conversation between the child protagonist Alice and the Cheshire Cat.
Queen of Hearts character description The Queen of Hearts appears in chapters 8, 9, 11 and 12 from “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. She appears as the primary antagonist. She is a foul-tempered monarch, that Carroll himself describes as "a blind fury", and who is quick to give death sentences at the slightest offense. Her most famous line, one which she states often, is "Off with their heads!" She is one of the playing card characters Alice meets when she is finally able to enter the beautiful garden through the door in the hallway. She is violent, authoritative and dominant . She likes to play croquet with live flamingoes and hedgehogs as mallets and balls (but only when she wins, and by her own rules) .