Alice sits in her armchair at home, drowsily watching her pet
kitten, Kitty, as she unravels a ball of string. She snatches Kitty
up and begins telling her about "Looking-Glass House," an imaginary
world on the other side of the mirror where everything is backward.
Alice suddenly finds herself on the mantelpiece and steps through
the mirror into Looking-Glass House. On the other side of the
mirror, Alice discovers a room similar to her own but with several
strange differences. The chessmen stand in the fireplace in pairs,
oblivious to Alice's presence. She comes to the aid of the White
Queen's daughter, Lily, but realizes that the chess pieces cannot
see her. Alice becomes distracted by a book on the shelf, in which
she reads a nonsensical poem entitled "Jabberwocky." Frustrated by
the strange poem, she sets off to explore the rest of the house.
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