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The Queen of Hearts is a fictional character from the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Tenniel's inspiration for the Queen of Hearts was an image of Elizabeth de The Queen calls the March Hare, the Dormouse, and the Mad Hatter to witness, who hold an unbirthday party for her and cheer her up considerably.
Pictures from " Alice's Adventures in Wonderland " - all original illustrations from Sir John Tenniel. illustrations from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, drawn by John Tenniel. Alice with the Mad Hatter and March Hare at the tea party table. In the film, the relationship between the Knave and alice red queen tenniel mad Red Queen serves more as the Knave being the Queen's personal assassin. However, American McGee's game implies that after Alice was put into the asylum the Queen of Hearts 1st Cavalry Brigade (Hungary) Red Queen fused. Victorians thought of criminals as heavy drinkers. The Queen may also be a reference to Queen Margaret of the House of Lancaster. She is beautiful with black hair, unlike other adaptations. The Knave of Hearts is mentioned first in Chapter Eight, and Chapters Eleven and Twelve deal with his trial for a tart robbery in which the King of Hearts presides as judge. The Rather Curious History Of Alice