Harriet Knave is the sassy and stubborn minded daughter of the Knave of hearts, a character appearing in Alice and Wonderland. Dispite her grim future involving her to be exicuted for stealing Lizzie's tarts, she couldn't care less, as she doesn't want to mess up the flow of her fairytale.
Harriet is stubborn-minded, and hard to convince, she is also rather sassy around people who try to mess with her, mainly from her friend, Bunny White's influence. She is very inderpendent, and proud of who she is. She also has a serious love of jam tarts, and will do anything to get her hands on them. She appears to be a lot more sane than some of the other wonderlandians, and some think she hasn't suffered from Wonderlandian Madness poisoning. However, she does suffer from this, but usually expresses her madness in her writing and
Fairy Tale - Alice In WonderlandEdit
Alice In WonderlandEdit
The Knave rarely speaks during the trial. The Mad Hatter is called to give evidence but spends his entire time being nervous in front of the King and Queen of Hearts, and the Duchess's cook is summoned to tell the court what tarts are made of. Neither is a convincing witness, and the Knave does not offer a very good defense. He denies he wrote a letter that mysteriously appears in the court, but that he already knows isn't signed.
Fortunately for him, Alice diverts the attention of the court by growing ever and ever larger and arguing more and more, lastly with the Queen over the concept of "sentence first—verdict afterwards". Before a verdict can be reached for the Knave's innocence or guilt, Alice reaches full size and forcefulness, and then calls them "nothing but a pack of cards". They attack her, ending the trial.
How does Harriet come into it?Edit
Harriet and her father do tend to get along sometimes but sometimes they just fight together, but they always work something out in the end.
Harriet has a rather unstable and shaky friendship with Bunny White. When they aren't plotting anything and getting into trouble, they are usually argung, and getting into slightly unsettling fights. But at the end of the day, they are loyal towards each other.
She is also friends with Lizzie Hearts, and doesn't really pay attention for the fact that her death will be at the hands of her. She simply enjoys Lizzie's rather odd company, and her slighlty odd quirks.
Harriet has a habit with searching around for a partner, but as of late, she isn't very sucessful.