In class today, Tyler suggested the possibility of an Alice's Adventures to which we'd bring our own words. I pointed out the Tenniel illustrations as representing a kind of picture-Alice. But in this regard, it's also interesting to look at the 1903 silent film version of Alice.
Even if, as Max pointed out, Carroll's words were what gave rise to these visual interpretations of Alice originally, the visuals - especially the film - inevitably prompt us to bring our own words to the (tea?) party, as we re-think, in language of our own, the narrative that the visuals re-enact.