W. John writes:
"Wonderland is thrilling and beautiful -- conceptually and physically -- frightening and yet strangely comforting. It is the world to which Alice escapes when her mind is overburdened with the stressors of her tragically shattered life. It is her safe haven, or at least it used to be. Now something is foul in the state of Wonderland, something distorted and ripping it asunder."