First I would like to say I really do have no idea what this trial is about. All I understand is that the Jack of Hearts (I think?) stole some candy from the Queen and she got very upset so she is holding a “trial” (trial is a very loose word, considering I don’t really see how the Jack is going to make it out of this one since he has no one on his side). So my first question would be, just to clear me up, “What is going on here?”
Next I find it very curious that Alice is a witness in all this. It’s not interesting to me that she is a witness but that the White Rabbit is the one that calls her to the stand. I went back and checked, and noticed that Alice’s name is not said at all throughout the entire story. Back when the caterpillar asks “Who are you?” she says “I don’t know”. Alice never introduces herself as Alice in the entire story. No one ever says her name. But the White Rabbit says that “Alice!” is the third witness.
Odd. Yes I know this is, sort of, her imagination, but it’s still odd.
So I would like to know: Is there any significance to the White Rabbit being the one to first say her name? What could the White Rabbit Represent here?