| Quote #4
"Who are you?" said the Caterpillar.
Alice doesn't know who she is because she doesn't know where she is – and because she can't remember what she's been taught, in school or beyond.
| Quote #5
She had had quite a long argument with her sister only the day before – all because Alice had begun with "Let's pretend we're kings and queens;" and her sister, who liked being very exact, had argued that they couldn't, because there were only two of them, and Alice had been reduced at last to say "Well, you can be one of them, then, and I'll be all the rest." (Looking-Glass 1.9)
Alice's slightly older sister seems to have moved beyond the ability to imagine (or perceive) the crowd of personalities inside her. Alice, however, can still play more than one role with ease.
| Quote #6
The Gnat amused itself meanwhile by humming round and round her head: at last it settled again and remarked "I suppose you don't want to lose your name?"
The Gnat imagines that, without a name, Alice also won't have a social role.