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Alice in Wonderland, or formally Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, is a novel written by Charles Lutwidge under his writer's pseudonym Lewis Carroll. Macmillian published it on November 26, 1865. Populated with allusions to people he knew, Carroll crafted a tale about a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a new world and meets strange new people and animals. The 12 chapter novel became a much loved piece of literature and a crucial influence on the fantasy genre.
In Gotham City, Alice in Wonderland was memorialized as a theme park in the Gotham Storybookland. It adapted several scenes from the novel such as the Mad Hatter's Tea Party. A copy of the book resides in the study of Wayne Manor. A more avid fan, Jervis Tetch, imagined a fantasy world in which he was the Mad Hatter and his romantic crush was Alice. When romance turned to obsession, he used his circuitry cards to fashion co-workers and strangers alike into figures from the novel. Batman intervened and rescued Alice. As an homage to the sequel to Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, Project Excalibur was given the verbal password, "The Lion and The Unicorn."