"Alice in Wonderland" is a fantasy genre novel written by Lewis Carroll in 1865. This work narrates the adventures of Alice, who falls into a den designed by a rabbit. The protagonist is catapulted into a fantasy world full of difficulties, surreal characters and extraordinary surprises. "Bianconiglio" guides Alice on this spectacular journey: the protagonist, in fact, meets a totally surreal world where strange creatures like the "hare" and the "Mad Hatter" follow each other. The "Mad Hutter" is a failed man, devoted to revels, but very sensitive and in constant conflict with "Tempo", another real character of the novel. The whole work is considered a "fantasy" and "non-sense genre", within which we find a world where all the conventional rules are punctually disregarded.