评语：引子一 Surely it is absurd to suppose that the universe is planned in such a way as to conceal its plan. It is like the schemes of the White Knight:
But I was thinking of a plan
To dye one's whiskers green,
And always use so large a fan
That they could not be seen.
评语：引子二 三月兔：你也就可以说“我喜欢我得到的”跟“我得到了我喜欢的”是一回事了。The March Hare explained to Alice that "I like what I get" is not the same thing as "I get what I like," but March Hares have never been welcome on Madison Avenue.——Dwight Macdonald， Masscult & Midcult
评语：4 从传统文学评论的角度 Under the crust of the pious professor was a mind both rebellious and skeptical......Though Dodgson was shy and stammered and never took priest's orders; and he was closer, perhaps to Swift and Donne than to the merely whimsical writer like Barrie or A.A.Milne, for Dodgson had a first-rate mind of a very unusual sort: he was a logician who was also a poet.
——Edmund Wilson, C.L.Dodgson: The Poet Logician
评语：5 从精神分析的角度 燕卜荪《田园诗的几种版本》
评语：9 从当代法国哲学的角度 德勒兹《感觉的逻辑》 Alice and Through the Looking-glass involve a category of very special things: events, pure events. When I say "Alice becomes larger," I mean that she becomes larger than she was. By the same token, however, she becomes smaller than is now. Certainly, she is not bigger and smaller at the time. She is larger now; she was smaller before. But it is at the same moment that one becomes larger than one was and smaller than one becomes. This is the simultaneity of a becoming whose characteristic is to elude the present... It pertains to the essence of becoming to move and to pull in both directions at once: Alice does not grow without shrinking, and vice versa. Good sense affirms that in all things there is a determinable sense or direction(sens); but paradox is the affirmation of both senses or directions at the same time.
评语：商店里似乎充满了各式各样稀奇古怪的东西——但是最最奇妙的则是，她每一次紧盯着不管哪一个货架瞧，好看清楚架子上有些什么东西，这时候，那个架子上总是空空如也，虽然周围架子上的东西都满得不能再满。——《爱丽丝镜中历险记》第五章 It is an empty space lacking its own place, an unfixable element from which determinate elements arise.——Ronald Bogue, Deleuze on Literature, P26