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In Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, why does Lewis Carroll play with language in the dialogue between Alice and the Caterpillar? A. to demonstrate that although Alice understands the Caterpillar perfectly, she wants to annoy him by pretending she doesn't B. to show how communicating with someone who does not share the same understanding of words can be funny C. to explain that expressing oneself requires great concentration and effort no matter whom one is talking to D. to suggest that Alice is to blame for the problems that she faces in the story

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