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Lewis Carroll

(Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)
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Lewis Carroll, whose real name was Charles Dodgson, taught mathematics at Oxford University and wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for a real little girl called Alice Liddell. Later he wrote Through the Looking-Glass, and the two Alice stories are among the most famous books ever written for children.
Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by Lewis Carroll
Short stories
The Legend of Scotland
Novelty And Romance: a Broken Spell
Alice in Wonderland (excerpt) (1865)
Looking-Glass Land (1871)
The Red King's Dream (1871)

Books about Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll recommends
The Maiden's Bequest (1865)
George MacDonald
"ALEC FORBES [original title of The Maiden's Bequest]. . .is very enjoyable, and the character of Annie Anderson is one of the most delightful I have ever met with in fiction."

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