Fun fact: if present-day US copyright law had been in force at the time that Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" was made, Lewis Carol's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" would not have entered the public domain for another 17 years
Additional fun fact: even if pre-1978 copyright law (the contemporary law at the time of Disney's publication) had been in force when Lewis Carol's was written, it *still* would have been 9 years from entering the public domain when Disney made their adaptation
In any case, Carol was 53 years dead at the time so I'm sure that he wouldn't really have minded either way
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