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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.

Genres: Children's Fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Lewis Carroll
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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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