Through out the story, all your mind can ponder is whether or not Alice is in a dream or reality, or maybe she is simply on drugs?
When finishing the book you are finally told that this magnificent Wonderland was just merely a dream. As Carroll begins to unfold his ending, it pretty much eliminates the options of Wonderland being real. Does it bother you that everything you just thought might have a possibility of being reality was just torn to shreds? Well, I honestly believe that Carroll did not want to end the story this way but also didn’t want to leave you hanging on a limb. We could get all complicated and say maybe it was a dream inside a dream, or maybe she woke up and could stumble across another thrilling adventure, but then we’d be wasting our time playing the “what if” game. It is really interesting to me that some say a dream can be reality, and reality can be a dream.
I disagree with this because I only believe that a dream can become reality but reality will never be a dream.
Reality is defined as real things, facts, events taken as a whole, or something that happens in actual life. A dream is defined as a succession of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during sleep, or an aspiration or goal. After defining both of these terms we can see that reality cannot be a dream. You can live your dreams in reality and much more but when you are in reality it cannot be fake.
This is my thought about the question. Please if you disagree with me, I’d love to hear your thoughts.