It has been 150 years since the first publication of Lewis Carroll’s acclaimed children’s
fiction Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,2 and it remains a book that is appreciated
widely across culture for its unique representation of the world. Indeed, the enduring
quality of both Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass,3 is
evident in the way they have inspired creations of art, theatrical performances,4 judicial
decision-making,5 cinematic portrayals,6 videogame plot development,7 and of
course, the desire for adventure.