With Wicked, Gregory Maguire famously revamped the Oz stories by shifting the point of view from Dorothy to the Wicked Witch. He has now achieved a similar feat with another children’s story, retelling Alice in Wonderland through the eyes of Alice’s friend Ada—who follows her down the rabbit hole—and Alice’s sister Lydia, who remains behind in Victorian England. Shifting between these settings allows Maguire to explore their unexpected similarities.
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