Alice may refer to:

  • Alice (given name), including a list of notable people and fictional characters called Alice
  • Alice (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland), the heroine of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass

Read more about Alice:  Computers, Places, Radio Stations, Royal Princesses, Other Uses, Acronyms

Other articles related to "alice":

White Rabbit (song) - Lyrics and Composition
... late 1965 or early 1966, uses imagery found in the fantasy works of Lewis Carroll 1865's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its 1871 sequel Through the Looking-Glass, such as changing size after taking ... Characters referenced include Alice, the hookah-smoking caterpillar, the White Knight, the Red Queen, and the Dormouse ... In interviews, Slick has related that Alice in Wonderland was often read to her as a child and remained a vivid memory into her adult years ...
Michael Owen Bruce - Billion Dollar Babies
... Dennis Dunaway, Bob Dolin, and Neal Smith after they split from Alice Cooper in 1974 ... Originally, 'Billion Dollar Babies' started out in the hope that Alice would return and Battleaxe would be the new record from the Alice Cooper Group ... Everyone decided to proceed without Alice ...
Kindred (novel) - Plot Summary
... She runs to the home of Alice Greenwood and her mother, free blacks who Dana suspects may be her ancestors ... young white men smash down the Greenwoods’ door, drag out Alice’s mother's husband, who is a slave, and beat him ... They also beat Alice’s mother ...
Alice - Acronyms
... Experiment, a high energy physics experiment ALICE (accelerator) (Accelerators and Lasers In Combined Experiments), a prototype accelerator A.L.I.C.E ... artificial intelligence in the Gundam Sentinel novel ALICE (propellant), a rocket propellant ...
Rosie M. Banks - Pseudonyms
... Alice Smith, pretty Navy nurse, had an attack of love at first sight ... Thrilled by his kisses, Alice longed for the day she would be Mrs ... Morgan loved Alice deeply ...

Famous quotes containing the word alice:

    “Let the jury consider their verdict,” the King said, for about the twentieth time that day.
    “No, no!” said the Queen. “Sentence first—verdict afterwards.”
    “Stuff and nonsense!” said Alice loudly. “The idea of having the sentence first!”
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)