History Literature / Aliss

6th Aug '16 3:33:07 PM Iamabrawler
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* CanonWelding: The Red Queen is none other than [[spoiler:Michelle Beaulieu, who ran away from her DysfunctionalFamily nine years prior, in Creator/PatrickSenecal's book ''5150, Rue des Ormes''. Michelle is mentioned in one of his later works, ''Le vide''. Similarly, Mickey and the Royales make a surprise reappearance years later, in the second book of Patrick Senécal's quadrilogy Malphas.]]

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* CanonWelding: The Red Queen is none other than [[spoiler:Michelle Beaulieu, who ran away from her DysfunctionalFamily nine years prior, in Creator/PatrickSenecal's book ''5150, Rue des Ormes''. Michelle is mentioned in one of his later works, ''Le vide''.vide'', and appears again in Senécal's 2015 book, ''Faims''. Similarly, Mickey and the Royales make a surprise reappearance years later, in the second book of Patrick Senécal's quadrilogy Malphas.]]
31st May '16 12:53:49 PM matthecinephiliac
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** Due to running a brothel competing with The Red Queen's brothel and being an AbusiveParent toward her newborn child [[spoiler: whom she eventually murders]], Andromaque is both the White Queen and the Duchess.



** Aliss for Alice, of course.
** Charles for The White Rabbit, but he is also an {{Expy}} of Lewis Carroll himself (sharing Lewis' real first name).
** Chess for The Cheshire Cat.
** Bone and Chair for The Mad Hatter and The March Hare, respectively.
** Verrue for The Caterpillar.
** Micha and Hugo for Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
** Marco for The Knave of Hearts.
** Andromaque is a CompositeCharacter for The Duchess and The White Queen.
** The Red Queen for The Queen of Hearts.
** Mme Letendre for The Doorknob.
** Pouf for The Dormouse.

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** Aliss for is Alice, of course.
** Charles for The is the White Rabbit, but he is also an {{Expy}} of Lewis Carroll himself (sharing Lewis' his real first name).
** Chess for The is the Cheshire Cat.
** Bone and Chair for The are the Mad Hatter and The the March Hare, respectively.
** Verrue for The is the Caterpillar.
** Micha and Hugo for are Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
** Marco for The is the Knave of Hearts.
** Andromaque is a CompositeCharacter for The of the Duchess and The the White Queen.
** The Red Queen for is The Queen of Hearts.
** Mme Letendre for is The Doorknob.
** Pouf for is The Dormouse.
31st May '16 12:40:00 PM matthecinephiliac
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** Aliss for Alice, of course.
31st May '16 12:39:17 PM matthecinephiliac
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** Charles for The White Rabbit, but he is also an {{Expy}} of Lewis Carroll himself (sharing Lewis' real first name).
** Chess for The Cheshire Cat.
** Bone and Chair for The Mad Hatter and The March Hare, respectively.
** Verrue for The Caterpillar.
** Micha and Hugo for Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
** Marco for The Knave of Hearts.
** Andromaque is a CompositeCharacter for The Duchess and The White Queen.
** The Red Queen for The Queen of Hearts.
** Mme Letendre for The Doorknob.
** Pouf for The Dormouse.
5th May '16 12:06:13 PM Miriam
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* HemoErotic: Bone and Chair find vivisection very...exciting.



* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe. It takes the entire novel for Aliss to figure out why she recognizes Mme. Letendre.

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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe. It takes the entire novel for Aliss to figure out why she recognizes Mme. Letendre.
11th Nov '15 8:07:18 PM Twist
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[[Creator/PatrickSenecal Patrick Senécal]]'s '''''Aliss''''' (2000) is a BloodierAndGorier [[WholePlotReference rewrite]] of ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'', set in Daresbury, a mysterious quarter of Montréal. The teenage Aliss, rebelling against her normal life, finds herself [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit following an absent-minded older man, Charles]], to the previously invisible Daresbury stop on the Metro. Shortly after her arrival, she becomes obsessed with the mysterious building near her apartment, the residence of the Red Queen. Soon, Aliss decides that she will do anything to enter the Red Queen's employ--no matter how dangerous.

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[[Creator/PatrickSenecal Patrick Senécal]]'s '''''Aliss''''' (2000) is a BloodierAndGorier [[WholePlotReference rewrite]] of ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'', set in Daresbury, a mysterious quarter neighborhood of Montréal. The teenage Aliss, rebelling against her normal life, finds herself [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit following an absent-minded older man, Charles]], to the previously invisible Daresbury stop on the Metro. Shortly after her arrival, she becomes obsessed with the mysterious building near her apartment, the residence of the Red Queen. Soon, Aliss decides that she will do anything to enter the Red Queen's employ--no matter how dangerous.
28th Oct '15 2:10:10 PM Iamabrawler
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[[NoExportForYou The novel is available only in French]]. Merde.

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[[NoExportForYou The novel is available only in French]]. Merde.
Désolé.



* YouLookFamiliar: It takes the entire novel for Aliss to figure out why she recognizes Mme. Letendre.

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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe. It takes the entire novel for Aliss to figure out why she recognizes Mme. Letendre.
23rd Oct '15 8:29:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* GenreSavvy: The Red Queen knows perfectly well that she's in ''Literature/AliceInWonderland.''
31st Aug '15 3:37:54 PM Miriam
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* ButtMonkey: Pouf, who may be an {{Expy}} for Bill the Lizard.

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* ButtMonkey: Pouf, who may be an {{Expy}} for Bill the Lizard.Pouf.
28th Jun '15 12:34:12 PM Iamabrawler
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