What is the conflict in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a rather complex story, especially for children, but the conflict is very simple and easy for any child to understand. The whole story is narrated through Alice's point of view. She is a very young girl. She gets lost in a strange world. Her sole motivation is to get back home. The conflict arises because of the fact that she is very young, because she is lost, and because she doesn't know how to get home. This explains why she is always moving around inside Wonderland and thereby encountering strange new characters and strange new situations. It is completely natural and understandable for a little girl who is lost to want to get home. She...

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