Alice in Wonderland Psycho-Analysed  

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β€œAlice in Wonderland Psycho-Analysed” (1933) is an essay by A.M.E. Goldschmidt at Oxford

The writer suggested that Lewis Carroll was suppressing a sexual desire for Alice. Her fall down the well, he wrote, is β€œthe best-known symbol of coitus.”

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