Red Queen

Red Queen may refer to:

  • Red Queen (Through the Looking-Glass), a character in Lewis Carroll's book
  • The Red Queen (Obernewtyn Chronicles), a 2012 novel by Isobelle Carmody
  • Red Queen's Hypothesis, an evolutionary hypothesis to the advantage of sex at the level of individuals, and the constant evolutionary arms race between competing species.
  • Red Queen (EP), an album by Funker Vogt
  • Red Queen (comics), a number of comics characters
  • The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature (1993), a popular science book by Matt Ridley
  • Red Queen, a super computer, character in the Resident Evil films, see Red Queen and White Queen
  • Queen Redd, the main antagonist of Frank Beddor's The Looking-Glass Wars series, based on the above Lewis Carroll character.
  • Elisabeth of Bavaria (1876-1965), the Queen of Belgium nicknamed "The Red Queen"
  • A red Queen (playing card)
  • The Red Queen a 2010 novel by Philippa Gregory
  • The Red Queen's Race, a short story by Isaac Asimov
  • The Red Queen, a 2004 novel by Margaret Drabble
  • The sword wielded by Nero, the main character of Devil May Cry 4
  • Red Queen is also an alternative name for the Black Queen in chess, where the white pieces are opposed by red pieces instead of black pieces.
  • Red Queen to Gryphon Three, a 1974 concept album by the band Gryphon based on the game of chess

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List Of Adventures In Wonderland Episodes
... Lip-Sunk - The Queen is slated to give a speech at a royalty convention when she suddenly loses her voice ... Red Queen for a Day - When Alice becomes Queen for a day, her royal decisions alienate her Wonderland friends, and she learns that being in charge also carries responsibility ... Objects d’Heart - The Queen decides to take up sculpture as a hobby ...
The Red Queen: Sex And The Evolution Of Human Nature
... The Red Queen Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature (ISBN 0-140-16772-2) is a popular science book by Matt Ridley exploring the evolutionary psychology of sexual selection ... The Red Queen was one of seven books shortlisted for the 1994 Rhône-Poulenc Prize (now known as the Royal Society Prizes for Science Books), that was ... The Red Queen argues that few, if any, aspects of human nature can be understood apart from sex, since human nature is a product of evolution, and evolution in our case is driven specifically by ...
Alice In Wonderland (2010 Film) - Plot Summary
... They argue over her identity as "the right Alice", who it is foretold will slay the Red Queen's Jabberwocky (Christopher Lee) on the Frabjous Day and restore the White Queen to power ... The Knave informs the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) that Alice has returned and threatens her reign, and the soldiers and Bayard the Bloodhound (Timothy Spall) are ordered to find Alice ... On the way to the White Queen's castle, Hatter relates the terror of the Red Queen's reign, and comments that Alice is not the same as she once was ...
Through The Looking Glass (opera) - Synopsis
... sends them into a panic which ends with the arrival of the Red Queen ... Scene 3 Red Queen – Alice, Red Queen, Young Alice The Red Queen gives Alice firm advice on how to behave in life, including how one needs to run to keep up with things, which leads to the entry of ... Scene 7 The White Queen – Alice, The White Queen, Young Alice.. ...

Famous quotes containing the words queen and/or red:

    They’re here, though; not a creature failed,
    No blossom stayed away
    In gentle deference to me,
    The Queen of Calvary.

    Each one salutes me as he goes,
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    ...I didn’t consider intellectuals intelligent, I never liked them or their thoughts about life. I defined them as people who care nothing for argument, who are interested only in information; or as people who have a preference for learning things rather than experiencing them. They have opinions but no point of view.... Their talk is the gloomiest type of human discourse I know.... This is a red flag to my nature. Intellectuals, to me have no natures ...
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