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首页 爱丽丝梦游奇境记

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爱丽丝梦游奇境记

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downtherabbitholeAlicewasbeginningtogetveryboredsheandhersisterweresittingunderthetreesHersisterwasreading,butAlicehadnothingtodoOnceortwiceshelookedintohersister'sbook,butithadnopicturesorconversationsinit'Andwhatistheuseofabook,'thoughtAlice,'withoutpicturesorconversations'Shetriedtothinkofsomethingtodo,butitwasahotdayandshefeltverysleepyandstupidShewasstillsittingandthinkingwhensuddenlyaWhiteRabbitwithpinkeyesranpastherTherewasnothingreallystrangeaboutseeingarabbitAndAlicewasnotverysurprisedwhentheRabbitsaid,'Ohdear!Ohdear!Ishallbelate!'(Perhapsitwasalittlestrange,Alicethoughtlater,butatthetimeshewasnotsurprised)ButthentheRabbittookawatchoutofitspocket,lookedatit,andhurriedonAtonceAlicejumpedtoherfeet'I'veneverbeforeseenarabbitwitheitherapocket,orawatchtotakeoutofit,'shethoughtAndsheranquicklyacrossthefieldaftertheRabbitShedidnotstoptothink,andwhentheRabbitrandownalargerabbithole,AlicefolloweditimmediatelyAfteralittlewaytherabbitholesuddenlywentdown,deepintothegroundAlicecouldnotstopherselffalling,anddownshewent,tooItwasaverystrangeholeAlicewasfallingveryslowly,andshehadtimetothinkandtolookaroundherShecouldseenothingbelowherbecauseitwassodarkButwhenshelookedatthesidesofthehole,shecouldseecupboardsandbooksandpicturesonthewallsShehadtimetotakethingsoutofacupboard,lookatthem,andthenputthembackinacupboardlowerdown'Well!'thoughtAlice'Afterafalllikethis,Icanfallanywhere!Icanfalldownstairsathome,andIwon'tcryorsayawordaboutit!'Down,down,down'HowfarhaveIfallennow'Alicesaidaloudtoherself'PerhapsI'mnearthecentreoftheearthLetmethink…That'sfourthousandmilesdown'(Alicewasverygoodatherschoollessonsandcouldrememberalotofthingslikethis)Down,down,downWouldsheeverstopfallingAlicewasverynearlyasleepwhen,suddenly,shewassittingonthegroundQuickly,shejumpedtoherfeetandlookedaroundShecouldseetheWhiteRabbit,whowashurryingawayandstilltalkingtohimself'Ohmyearsandwhiskers!'hewassaying'Howlateit'sgetting!'AliceranafterhimlikethewindShewasgettingverynearhimwhenhesuddenlyturnedacornerAliceranroundthecornertoo,andthenstoppedShewasnowinalong,darkroomwithdoorsallroundthewalls,andshecouldnotseetheWhiteRabbitanywhereShetriedtoopenthedoors,buttheywerealllocked'HowwillIevergetoutagain'shethoughtsadlyThenshesawalittleglasstablewiththreelegs,andonthetopofitwasaverysmallgoldkeyAlicequicklytookthekeyandtrieditinallthedoors,butohdear!Eitherthelocksweretoobig,orthekeywastoosmall,butshecouldnotopenanyofthedoorsThenshesawanotherdoor,adoorthatwasonlyfortycentimetreshighThelittlegoldkeyunlockedthisdooreasily,butofcourseAlicecouldnotgetthroughitshewasmuchtoobigSoshelayonthefloorandlookedthroughtheopendoor,intoabeautifulgardenwithgreentreesandbrightflowersPoorAlicewasveryunhappy'Whatawonderfulgarden!'shesaidtoherself'I'dliketobeouttherenotinthisdarkroomWhycan'tIgetsmaller'Itwasalreadyaverystrangeday,andAlicewasbeginningtothinkthatanythingwaspossibleAfterawhileshelockedthedooragain,gotupandwentbacktotheglasstableSheputthekeydownandthenshesawalittlebottleonthetable('I'msureitwasn'therebefore,'saidAlice)RoundtheneckofthebottlewasapieceofpaperwiththewordsDRINKMEinlargelettersButAlicewasacarefulgirl'Itcanbedangeroustodrinkoutofstrangebottles,'shesaid'Whatwillitdotome'ShedrankalittlebitveryslowlyThetastewasverynice,likechocolateandorangesandhotsweetcoffee,andverysoonAlicefinishedthebottle***'Whatastrangefeeling!'saidAlice'IthinkI'mgettingsmallerandsmallereverysecond'AndshewasAfewminuteslatershewasonlytwentyfivecentimetreshigh'Andnow,'shesaidhappily,'Icangetthroughthelittledoorintothatbeautifulgarden'SheranatoncetothedoorWhenshegotthere,sherememberedthatthelittlegoldkeywasbackontheglasstableSheranbacktothetableforit,butofcourse,shewasnowmuchtoosmall!Therewasthekey,highaboveher,ontopofthetableShetriedveryhardtoclimbupthetableleg,butshecouldnotdoitAtlast,tiredandunhappy,AlicesatdownonthefloorandcriedButafterawhileshespoketoherselfangrily'Comenow,'shesaid'StopcryingatonceWhat'stheuseofcrying'Shewasastrangechild,andoftentalkedtoherselflikethisSoonshesawalittleglassboxnearheronthefloorSheopenedit,andfoundaverysmallcakewiththewordsEATMEonitNothingcouldsurpriseAlicenow'Well,I'lleatit,'shesaid'IfIgettaller,IcantakethekeyoffthetableAndifIgetsmaller,IcangetunderthedoorOnewayoranother,I'llgetintothegardenSoitdoesn'tmatterwhathappens!'Sheateabitofthecake,andthenputherhandontopofherhead'WhichwayWhichway'sheaskedherself,alittleafraidNothinghappenedThiswasnotreallysurprisingPeopledon'tusuallygettallerorshorterwhentheyeatcakeButalotofstrangethingswerehappeningtoAlicetoday'Itwillbeveryboring,'shesaid,'ifnothinghappens'Soshewentoneating,andverysoonthecakewasfinishedThepooloftears'Curiouserandcuriouser!'saidAlice(Shewasverysurprised,andforaminutesheforgothowtospeakgoodEnglish)'Ishallbeastallasahouseinaminute,'shesaidShetriedtolookdownatherfeet,andcouldonlyjustseethem'Goodbye,feet!'shecalled'WhowillputonyourshoesnowOhdear!WhatnonsenseI'mtalking!'JustthenherheadhittheceilingoftheroomShewasnowaboutthreemetreshighQuickly,shetookthelittlegoldkeyfromthetableandhurriedtothegardendoorPoorAlice!ShelayonthefloorandlookedintothegardenwithoneeyeShecouldnotevenputherheadthroughthedoorShebegantocryagain,andwentoncryingandcryingThetearsrandownherface,andsoontherewasalargepoolofwaterallaroundheronthefloorsuddenlysheheardavoice,andshestoppedcryingtolisten'Oh,theDuchess,theDuchess!She'llbesoangry!I'mlate,andshe'swaitingformeOhdear,ohdear!'ItwasthewhiteRabbitagainHewashurryingdownthelongroom,withsomewhiteglovesinonehandandalargefanintheotherhandAlicewasafraid,butsheneededhelpShespokeinaquietvoice'Oh,please,sir'TheRabbitjumpedwildly,droppedtheglovesandthefan,andhurriedawayasfastashecouldAlicepickedupthefanandtheglovesTheroomwasveryhot,soshebegantofanherselfwhileshetalked'Ohdear!Howstrangeeverythingistoday!DidIchangeinthenightAmIadifferentpersontodayButifI'madifferentperson,thenthenextquestioniswhoamIAh,that'sthemystery'Shebegantofeelveryunhappyagain,butthenshelookeddownatherhandShewaswearingoneoftheRabbit'swhitegloves'HowdidIgetitonmyhand'shethought'Oh,I'mgettingsmalleragain!'Shelookedroundtheroom'I'malreadylessthanametrehighAndgettingsmallereverysecond!HowcanIstopit'Shesawthefaninherotherhand,andquicklydroppeditShewasnowvery,verysmallandthelittlegardendoorwaslockedagain,andthelittlegoldkeywaslyingontheglasstable'Thingsareworsethanever,'thoughtpoorAliceSheturnedawayfromthedoor,andfellintosaltwater,rightuptoherneckAtfirstshethoughtitwasthesea,butthenshesawitwasthepooloftearsHertearsCryingmakesalotoftearswhenyouarethreemetrestall'Oh,whydidIcrysomuch'saidAliceSheswamaroundandlookedforawayout,butthepoolwasverybigJustthenshesawananimalinthewaternearherItlookedlikealargeanimaltoAlice,butitwasonlyamouse'ShallIspeaktoit'thoughtAlice'Everything'sverystrangedownhere,soperhapsamousecantalk'Soshebegan:'OhMouse,doyouknowthewayoutofthispoolIamverytiredofswimming,ohMouse!'(AlicedidnotknowifthiswastherightwaytospeaktoamouseButshewantedtobepolite)Themouselookedatherwithitslittleeyes,butitsaidnothing'Perhapsitdoesn'tunderstandEnglish,'thoughtAlice'Perhapsit'saFrenchmouse'Soshebeganagain,andsaidinFrench:'Whereismycat'(ThiswasthefirstsentenceinherFrenchlessonbook)Themousejumpedhalfoutofthewaterandlookedatherangrily'Oh,I'msosorry!'criedAlicequickly'Ofcourse,youdon'tlikecats,doyou''Likecats'criedthemouseinahigh,angryvoice'Doesanymouselikecats''Well,perhapsnot,'AlicebegankindlyButthemousewasnowswimmingquicklyaway,andsoonAlicewasaloneagainAtlastshefoundherwayoutofthepoolandsatdownonthegroundShefeltverylonelyandunhappyButafterawhiletheWhiteRabbitcamepastagain,lookingforhiswhiteglovesandhisfan'TheDuchess!TheDuchess!Ohmyearsandwhiskers!She'llcutmyheadoff,Iknowshewill!Oh,wheredidIdropmygloves'ThenhesawAlice'Why,MaryAnn,whatareyoudoinghereRunhomeatonce,andbringmesomeglovesandafanQuick,now!'Alicehurriedaway'Butwhereishishouse'shethoughtwhilesheranStrangely,shewasnolongerinthelongroomwiththelittledoor,butoutsideinawoodSheranandranbutcouldnotseeahouseanywhere,soshesatdownunderaflowertorestConversationwithacaterpillar'Now,'Alicesaidtoherself'First,Imustgetalittlebigger,andsecond,ImustfindmywayintothatbeautifulgardenIthinkthatwillbethebestplanButohdear!HowshallIgetbiggerPerhapsImusteatordrinksomething,butthequestionis,what'Alicelookedallaroundherattheflowersandthetrees,butshecouldnotseeanythingtoeatThenshesawalargemushroomnearherItwasastallasshewasShewalkedacrosstolookatit,andthere,ontopofthemushroom,wasalargecaterpillar,smokingapipeAfterawhile,theCaterpillartookthepipeoutofitsmouthandsaidtoAliceinaslow,sleepyvoice,'Whoareyou''Idon'treallyknow,sir,'saidAlice'IknowwhoIwaswhenIgotupthismorning,butIhavechangedsooftensincethenIthinkIamadifferentpersonnow''Whatdoyoumeanbythat'saidtheCaterpillar'Explainyourself!''Ican'texplainmyself,sir,'saidAlice,'becauseI'mnotmyself,youknow''Idon'tknow,'saidtheCaterpillar'It'sdifficulttodescribe,'Alicerepliedpolitely'OneminuteI'mverysmall,thenextminuteI'mastallasahouse,thenI'msmallagainUsually,Istaythesameallday,andchangingsooftenfeelsverystrangetome''You!'saidtheCaterpillar,inaveryunfriendlyvoice'Whoareyou'Theywerenowbackatthebeginningoftheirconversation,whichwasnotveryhelpfulAlicefeltalittlecrossanddecidedtowalkaway'Comeback!'theCaterpillarcalledafterher'I'vesomethingimportanttosay'Thissoundedbetter,soAliceturnedback'Nevergetangry,'saidtheCaterpillar'Isthatall'saidAlice,tryingnottobeangry'No,'saidtheCaterpillarForsomeminutesitsmokeditspipeanddidnotspeak,butatlastittookthepipeoutofitsmouth,andsaid,'Soyou'vechanged,haveyouHowtalldoyouwanttobe''Iwouldliketobealittlelarger,sir,please,'saidAlice'Eightcentimetresisreallyverysmall'ForawhiletheCaterpillarsmokeditspipeThenitshookitself,gotdownoffthemushroom,andmovedslowlyawayintothegrassItdidnotlookbackatAlice,butsaid,'Onesidewillmakeyoutaller,andtheothersidewillmakeyoushorter''Onesideofwhat'thoughtAlicetoherselfShedidnotsaythisaloud,buttheCaterpillarsaid,mushroom'ThenitmovedawayintothewoodAlicelookedatthemushroomcarefully,butitwasround,anddidnothavesidesAtlastshebrokeoffapieceineachhandfromoppositesidesofthemushroomSheatesomeofthepieceinherlefthand,andwaitedtoseewhatwouldhappenAminutelaterherheadwasashighasthetallesttreeinthewood,andshewaslookingataseaofgreenleavesThenabirdappearedandbegantoflyaroundherhead,screaming,'Eggthief!Eggthief!Goaway!''I'mnotaneggthief,'saidAlice'Ohno'saidthebirdangrily'Butyoueateggs,don'tyou''Well,yes,Ido,butIdon'tstealthem,'explainedAlicequickly'Wehavethemforbreakfast,youknow''Thenhowdoyougetthem,ifyoudon'tstealthem'screamedthebirdThiswasadifficultquestiontoanswer,soAlicebroughtupherrighthandthroughtheleavesandatealittlefromtheotherpieceofmushroomShebegantogetsmalleratonceand,verycarefully,sheatefirstfromonehand,thenfromtheother,untilshewasabouttwentyfivecentimetreshigh'That'sbetter,'shesaidtoherself'AndnowImustfindthatgarden'Shebegantowalkthroughthewood,andafterawhileshecametoalittlehouseTheCheshireCatTherewasaboyoutsidethedoor,withalargeletterinhishand(Hewasdressedlikeaboy,buthisfacewasverylikeafish,Alicethought)TheFishBoyknockedatthedoor,andasecondlateralargeplatecameflyingoutofanopenwindow'AletterfortheDuchess,'theFishBoyshoutedHepushedtheletterunderthedoorandwentawayAlicewentuptothedoorandknocked,buttherewasalotofnoiseinsideandnobodyansweredSosheopenedthedoorandwalkedinShefoundherselfinakitchen,whichwasfullofsmokeTherewasaveryangrycookbythefire,andinthemiddleoftheroomsattheDuchess,holdingascreamingbabyEveryfewminutesaplatecrashedtothefloorTherewasalsoalargecat,whichwassittingonachairandgrinningfromeartoear'Please,'AlicesaidpolitelytotheDuchess,'whydoesyourcatgrinlikethat''It'saCheshireCat,'saidtheDuchess'That'swhy''Ididn'tknowthatcatscouldgrin,'saidAlice'Well,youdon'tknowmuch,'saidtheDuchessAnotherplatecrashedtothefloorandAlicejumped'Here!'theDuchesswenton'Youcanholdthebabyforabit,ifyoulikeTheQueenhasinvitedmetoplaycroquet,andImustgoandgetready'ShepushedthebabyintoAlice'sarmsandhurriedoutoftheroom'Oh,thepoorlittlething!'saidAlice,lookingatthebaby,whichhadaverystrangefaceShetookitoutsideintothewoodandwalkedaroundunderthetreesThenthebabybegantomakestrangenoises,andAlicelookedintoitsfaceagainItseyeswerereallyverysmallforababy,anditsnosenowlookedverylikethenoseofapig'Don'tmakenoiseslikethat,mydear,'saidAlice'It'snotpoliteYou'rebeginningtosoundlikeapig'Butafewminuteslater,therewasnomistakeItwasapigAliceputitcarefullyontheground,anditranquietlyawayonitsfourlegsintothewood'I'mpleasedaboutthat,'Alicesaidtoherself'Itwillbeagoodlookingpig,butitwouldbeterribletobeachildwithafacelikethatShewasthinkingaboutpigsandchildrenwhenshesuddenlysawtheCheshireCatinatreeTheCatgrinnedather,andshewentnearertoit'Please,'shesaid,'canyoutellmewhichwaytogofromhere''Butwheredoyouwanttogetto'saidtheCat'Itdoesn'treallymatter'beganAlice'Thenitdoesn'tmatterwhichwayyougo,'saidtheCat'ButIwouldliketogetsomewhere,'Aliceexplained'Ifyoujustgoonwalking,'saidtheCat,'intheendyou'llarrivesomewhere'Thatwastrue,thoughtAlice,butnotveryhelpful,soshetriedanotherquestion'Whatkindofpeoplelivenearhere'继续阅读

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