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The looking-glass world by John Tenniel...
...and by Peter Newell
|Through the Looking-Glass location|
|Created by||Lewis Carroll|
|Ruler||White King, Red King|
|Ethnic group(s)||Whites, Reds|
|Notable locations||Looking-Glass House, Garden of Live Flowers, The Old Sheep Shop, Humpty Dumpty's wall|
|Notable characters||White Knight, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Humpty Dumpty, White Queen, Red Queen|
|Language(s)||Looking-Glass language (mirror-image English)|
|“||... and a most curious country it was.||”|
The entire country is divided into squares by a series of little brooks with hedges growing perpendicular to them.
- Humpty Dumpty
- The Lion and the Unicorn
- Red King
- Red Queen
- The Sheep
- Tweedledum and Tweedledee
- White King
- White Knight
- White Queen
In other media
- The Looking-glass world is featured in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In this series, the world is known as Wonderland and the Looking-glass world is just a realm within Wonderland, ruled by the Red King and Queen.
- Manguel, Alberto; Gianni Guadalupi (2000). The Dictionary of Imaginary Places (Newly updated and expanded ed.). San Diego: Harcourt. pp. 382–383. ISBN 0-15-600872-6.
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