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Mary AnnA mysterious girl that has some connection to Alice. She is in the care of the White Rabbit and is usually seen with her eyes closed sitting on a throne. In the beginning of the story she rarely speaks. Her past plays a vital role in the story.
In the real world Alice Liddell and Lewis Carroll met at the funeral of her mother. She approaches him because there were red flowers next to the bench he was sitting on. When Lewis Carroll asked for her name she replied "A name?...don't have one. Although I made a promise with mama that we'd think up a name together. Oh...did you mean...my name?" When she notices the funeral procession moving her mother, she ponders why no one will cry for her. Lewis Carroll asks if the flowers are for her mother and she replies it is a secret. She introduces herself as Alice Liddell. She inquires what he is writing about and he replies that it is a story of a girl wandering alone in a dream called "Alice in Wonderland."
Alice's half brother, Charlotte, took custody of Alice. He took pity on Alice for being the child of a mistress and claims he was abandoned in the same fashion as Alice from their father. Charlotte mentions that Alice becomes chatty when talking about Lewis Carroll who retorts that Alice has horrible taste, just like her mother. Charlotte inquires about the titular character of Lewis's novel being named "Alice" and the overall story to which he replies that he simply wrote it down - and that Charlotte has no need to be suspicious because he is not interested nor is he trying to seduce Alice.
Alice becomes enamored with Lewis Carroll's writing of Alice in Wonderland because Alice herself has nothing. Alice is trying to escape from her reality of dying by the same illness of her mother. To Lewis Carroll "Alice" from Alice in Wonderland was everything to him and then Alice Liddell came into his life. Charlotte comments that by some unseen force, the two were bound to meet and also makes a mention of their fiction and reality dissociative disorder. He pleads Alice not to meet with Lewis Carroll anymore and asks Lewis Carroll to leave his sister out of his madness: both ignore Charlotte's advice. Alice's sickness worsens and she has a dream of the White Rabbit telling her that her story has been finished. She runs to see Lewis Carroll and witnesses what has become of him. He can no longer tell the difference of fiction and reality and contemplates on the best way to kill off Alice in his story. Alice Liddell states that his Alice in the story was meant to live on forever and to not mess up his own story. He shoots Alice Liddell and proclaims that "Alice in Wonderland" is all he needs.
Alice Liddell's pet cat, Dinah, who later abandoned that name and took the name of Cheshire Cat. He would listen to Alice's stories and promised to never forget her even if she were to die. Dinah loved Alice Liddell as she was his mistress, and he her pet cat. He gives the broken pages of Wonderland to the White Rabbit while he picked the brother out of the rubbish bin and saved him. But the brother was hardly human in appearance, having been destroyed by Lewis Carroll. Dinah traveled to various different worlds, looking for body parts to rebuild the younger brother. By the time the brother was able to come to life, 88 Alices had already been discarded.
Bbit by bit, Dinah put the brother back together, specially getting blue eyes and blonde hair just like Alice Liddell's. Dinah named the younger brother Alice.
Alice loved his elder sister, Alice Liddell, deeply. He was in love with her in the romantic sense. Dinah and Alice both decided that Alice had to travel into Wonderland to save Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell, who were both trapped inside that world. His original purpose as a scrap piece of paper was to kill Alice and that is how Alice would die, however, this idea was discarded by Lewis Carroll and thrown in the trash bin. On numerous occasions he will see hallucinations of Alice Liddell asking for her name back or will witness scenes where he has shot her. He later comes to realize that the Mary Ann of the story is the real Alice, his sister.
The White Rabbit was in love with Alice Liddell, whom he found on the verge of death wandering around Wonderland, which was completely empty at that time. He decided to protect Alice Liddell at all costs, and named her Mary Ann. She told him about Wonderland and he tried to rebuild the land she loved. When Alice mentions her "sensei" she states that he will both save her and also kill her. The White Rabbit, who heard Alice's last wish to save her from her sensei before the real Wonderland was destroyed, realizes that there is something wrong and prevents her from leaving his care. As the White Rabbit brings in people from the real world to fulfill the Wonderland character roles and those who are brought in to be "Alice" die, the real Alice comes to hate Wonderland. At one point, she meets with the White Rabbit who admits how he knows the current Wonderland is wrong and how he had thoughts of wanting to be free from his role but nonetheless still wants to save Alice. Alice thanks him and admits she is aware of her fate in the real world. The White Rabbit promises that he will return her name to her. When the 88th Alice dies, she stops talking and the White Rabbits madness worsens.
At the end of volume 11, Charlotte Liddell abandons his name to rescue Alice Liddell from Wonderland.
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