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It’s nearing the end of March, the weather is so crazy, and that makes me think of the March Hare, which makes me think of Alice in Wonderland.
There’s an English expression, “as mad as a March hare”: this is a very old phrase dating back to the 16th century or perhaps even earlier, 300 years or more before Alice in Wonderland was written. Lewis Carroll was inspired by this old expression when creating his character of the March Hare. The phrase “hare-brained’ also refers to the same foolish behaviour.
The March Hare is not to be confused with the White Rabbit... we find the March Hare at the Tea Party, with the Mad Hatter.
The Sequel... did you know that Lewis Carroll wrote a second book of Alice’s Adventures? Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. Because Alice, the Mad Hatter and the March Hare are the only three individuals that appear in both books, this makes the March Hare a principal character. He doesn’t have too many lines, but here are a few:
“I have an excellent idea. Let’s change the subject.”
“See all the trouble you started?”
Alice: “But I didn’t think...” The March Hare: “That’s just it. If you’re not going to think, then don’t talk.”
“You might just as well say that ‘I like what I get’ is the same thing as ‘I get what I like.’”
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