Alice has just met Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum on her path through
Start: (Two fat little school boys appear, standing under a tree, each with an arm round the other’s neck. One of them has “DUM” embroidered on his shirt, and the other “DEE.” ALICE wanders away from the Flower Garden and approaches them slowly and they remain still.)
TWEEDLEDUM: (Suddenly:) If you think we’re wax figures, you ought to pay, you know. Wax figures weren’t made to be looked at for nothing, nohow!
TWEEDLEDEE: Contrariwise if you think we’re alive, you ought to speak.
ALICE: I’m very sorry. It’s just that, I’ve never seen—
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End: ALICE: It’s so dark, there must be a thunderstorm coming on. Look what a thick black cloud that is! And how fast it comes! Why, I do believe it’s got wings!
TWEEDLEDUM: It’s the crow!
TWEEDLEDEE: It’s the crow!
(TWEEDLEDEE and TWEEDLEDUM run
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