Most objects in Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland serve as symbols, however, nothing clearly shows one specific thing. Sometimes these symbols appear together and convey a single idea. The garden symbolizes Garden of Eden, a place of innocence and beauty where Alice does not get permission to enter. More abstractly, the garden may represent experience of aspiration, in that she focuses her emotions and energy endeavors to get it. These two symbols work together and underscore her aspiration to hold onto candid feelings of innocence that she would have to relinquish when she matures.