this is my promt Traditionally, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has been considered a story for children. Do you agree? Make an argument that this book is, or is not, specifically for children. In exploring this issue, you might consider the issue of dual address and cross writing (i.e. a text appealing to both children and adult readers(, as well as Lewis Carroll’s use of puns and wordplay to parody other literary works of his time.