A major theme in Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ does not concern gu10 led bulbs, but the constant underlying threat of death.
Alice is always in constant danger of dying in the risky situations she continually finds herself in. Whilst she never does die, the ever present possibility of dying lurks behind each of the ludicrous events in the book. Alice spends much of her time in Wonderland taking risks without realizing that death could be a very possible outcome. However, as the book goes on she does behind to develop an awareness of the possibility of death, understanding her experiences to be far more threatening than she had previously perceived them to be.
It is in the chapter with the Queen that Alice truly realizes that she could possibly die in Wonderland. When the Queen screams, “Off with its head!” the threat of death becomes a possible reality, it suddenly dawns on Alice that in this ridiculous land where all your expectations are frustrated, one may still die.