The White Rabbit is a fictional character from Lewis Carroll’s classic novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. He is the first animal that Alice encounters in her journey to the fantastical world of Wonderland, and he serves as her guide and companion throughout the story. The White Rabbit is depicted as a nervous and timid creature, constantly worried about being late for his appointments with the mysterious Queen of Hearts. He wears a waistcoat, carries a pocket watch, and speaks in a formal and polite manner. The White Rabbit represents the conventional and orderly aspects of society, contrasted with the chaotic and whimsical nature of Wonderland.