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Henk September 17, Yasmine September 16, Arif September 16, In a fall down the rabbit hole, an individual sets off on the path with a goal, gets sidetracked by various events and changes direction several times along the way, eventually ending up somewhere unexpected, typically without having satisfied the original purpose of the quest. Nevertheless, the path often leads to serendipitous discoveries. Furthermore, according to the principle of obliquity , the meandering path may eventually turn out to be more productive than a more direct one.
The term rabbit hole comes from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," in which a young girl called Alice falls down a rabbit hole, encounters many strange creatures and has many surreal experiences.
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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe has plenty in common with regard to Lucy, up until the other children become involved on the other side. In The Silver Chair Jill is very much afraid of crawling down the narrow corridors leading to Underworld, just like Eustace has acrophobia. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Interestingly, Oz is at least once stated to actually be in some remote region of Earth rather than Another Dimension , although this may have just been speculation on the part of the characters who wouldn't have necessarily been familiar with the concept.
A Romance of Many Dimensions , by Edwin Abbott Abbott, is about a two dimensional character who goes to many different dimensions. The main character is clueless, of course. The Spin-Offspring sequel, Flatterland: Square's independently-minded granddaughter, Victoria Line.
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Square himself, of course, is given the first name of Albert. The Forbidden Game trilogy by L. Smith features a girl, who, with a group of friends, gets sucked into the shadow world. Features a Persephone-like love story. The protagonist learns about a magic kingdom via a real estate ad.
Compare with Jareth's god-like qualities in Labyrinth. Perhaps she yearns for a place where the Grass Is Greener , her parents dote on her every whim, or she's a princess. The Book of Lost Things. In Patrick Senecal's macabre retelling of Alice in Wonderland , Aliss , the subway is used to get to a parallel neighborhood called Daresbury. Worlds Away , when a young woman and a male circus performer she falls in Love at First Sight with are sucked into the Cirqish world. It's also possible to rent additional refrigerators, bean bags and other camping attributes to make your stay as pleasant as possible. The book Marco's Millions plays this trope straight by having two kids discover a gate to another world in their basement.
Rather than a rabbit hole, the protagonist has to wander headlong into a train tunnel to get there. In Neil Gaiman 's Neverwhere , the main character becomes invisible to those around him, and has to travel around in London Below to find a way home. Notable in that there seem to be many different ways to get to and from there turning a handle, climbing a bookcase, crossing a bridge , and that due to it being fairly easy as long as you know roughly what to do, problems from one world can cross to the other if the wrong people are involved.
Needless to say, in the story, they are. In Patrick Senecal's macabre retelling of Alice in Wonderland , Aliss , the subway is used to get to a parallel neighborhood called Daresbury. The subway can freely be used by anyone, not just the protagonist, to travel back and forth between Daresbury and the real world - except when the subway employees are on strike. Includes masquerades , mirrors, and masks.
Christine literally interprets her descent to the Opera's cellars as transition to a mystical underworld and describes the Phantom in terms reminiscent of The Fair Folk.
In the book the Opera's cellars actually have other inhabitants almost as peculiar as the Phantom himself, almost composing a miniature world in themselves, though it's more mundane than it seems to her. Or any other completely white wall. The book Marco's Millions plays this trope straight by having two kids discover a gate to another world in their basement. Both literally and figuratively. Be warned that within lie singularities, sacrificial swings, and cardboard boxes. The Book of Lost Things.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has five children three male, two female , most of whom with their parents in tow, undertaking a journey into The Wonderland that is the Wonka Factory, which is mostly an Elaborate Underground Base with many twisting corridors, and at least one long, dark, intimidating tunnel that they travel through by boat.
Four of the children are pampered brats who just want more than they already have, and prove themselves unfit to progress further when they disobey their guide, give into their selfish vices, and are subjected to a variety of absurd disasters — notably, Augustus Gloop is sucked into a pipe and briefly stuck in it, and Veruca Salt and her parents are tossed down a garbage chute by nut-sorting squirrels. Charlie Bucket, on the other hand, is a good, poverty-stricken child who needs a change of life — and is rewarded for his virtue by becoming the heir to the place.
In the sequel , he and Mr. Wonka effect an Orphean Rescue by travelling far beneath the Earth.
Also, in the stage musical adaptation , Mike Teavee's mother Doris — a Stepford Smiler Housewife who has affected her mannerisms in a desperate attempt to cope with her Enfant Terrible son — is, for much of the tour, a frightened Only Sane Person who just wants to come out of this place in one piece, but eventually finds herself affected by the Infectious Enthusiasm of Willy Wonka and the Oompa-Loompas and leaves the factory a much happier person than she was when she went in, thanks in part to her son getting The Neverending Story is a rare variation centered on a male protagonist or rather, two male protagonists, since the main hero takes half the book to muster enough courage to even leap down the rabbit hole —a lonely kid, who has troubles at home and at school, seeks to escape reality in fantasy, has his wish granted, and returns after having learned his lesson, stronger and better adjusted than before.
In that case, it was a variation involving going into the world of Second Life. There's even a white rabbit showing up as a guide when Mac enters the game to search for the killer-slash-avatar stealer. As the wall passes over him, he blacks out, and later re-awakens in a surreal world beneath New York City. In this case, it's a subversion, as it's revealed partway through the song to be a metaphor for being manipulated into obedience by the "white rabbit".
Clara's journey isn't scary once the Mouse King is dispatched; none of the places she goes are confined or underground and she has no tasks to complete. In the non-traditional, Maurice Sendak -designed version from The '80s , after the gigantic Mouse King is killed Clara and her Nutcracker pass through a cave of sorts formed by his now-empty coat. By the time they emerge, Clara played a preteen thus far has aged to adulthood and the Nutcracker has taken on the form of a handsome human.
Cirque du Soleil 's Quidam has adolescent heroine Zoe, her parents, and two bizarre companions transported to a sometimes-melancholy Magical Land via a Nice Hat dropped off for her by the mysterious, literally faceless it has no head title character, where she learns that the loneliness and alienation she feels in the real world is in fact something everyone feels at one time or another. Characters pop up from trap doors in the stage from time to time; Zoe herself does so as the closing scene begins. Link goes looking for his Fairy Companion , who left at the end of the previous game , so he goes searching in the Lost Woods.
His horse gets stolen, he gets turned into a plant, and then he gets stuck in a "Groundhog Day" Loop while he tries to stop the moon from falling. The Longest Journey explicitly references Alice at many occasions. April Ryan is an art student struggling with art block, when she is drawn into an epic plot to save not just her world, but also a parallel universe of magic and wonder.
While there is no actual tunnels involved, her Shifts portals that connect the two worlds look a lot like that from the inside. Ultimately, however, the game proves to be a subversion, rather than return from her journey strengthened and more adjusted, April becomes a bitter cynic who has lost any purpose in her life.
The sequels, Dreamfall Chapters in particular, do hint, however, that her journey is actually far from over Athena has this more or less as an Excuse Plot. The Japanese arcade flyer advertised the game as being about "Athena's Wonder Land," and the intro to the Arcade Game even shows her falling down some sort of hole. She ends up stuck in Wonderland. But also given a Deconstruction as the antagonists found the rabbit hole before the protagonists and are using it to wreak havoc in the electronic "wonderland".