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Lewis Carroll's diaries on telling the story of #AliceinWonderland for the first time. Explore this item on the British Library website.

Lewis Carroll's (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) original diary page. Regarding to his book "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" written and illustrated by himself

Lewis Carrol. 1865. Original manuscript of Alice in Wonderland.

A page from the original "Alice in Wonderland" manuscript. 'Alice's Adventures Underground' This is awesome(:

Read about 'Play adaptation of Alice in Wonderland' on the British Library's Discovering Literature website.

Read about 'Play adaptation of Alice in Wonderland' on the British Library's Discovering Literature website.

This I could actually read.. Maybe in one sitting:) Alice In Wonderland (Original Manuscript)

Alice In Wonderland (Original Manuscript)

Image of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures Under Ground, page 76

Virtual books: images only - Image of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures Under Ground: Page 76

Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) (1832-1898)

Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) (1832-1898)

Lewis Carroll    Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (27 January 1832 – 14 January 1898), better known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, was an English author, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon and a photographer. His most famous writings are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass  Dodgson kept an extensive diary for many years of his life, totaling 13 volumes

Was Lewis Carroll ahead of his time ? Present day authors such as Madeleine L'Engle and Phillip Pullman have used the concept : space time travel . With a caste of strange and wonderful characters when the portal opens.

Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, the original version of the book that Carroll presented to Alice Liddell in 1864, is presently housed in th...

Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, the original version of the book that Carroll presented to Alice Liddell in is presently housed in th.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: from the original manuscript - The British Library

Page 40 and 41 of Alice's Adventures Under Ground by Lewis Carroll, the first version of the work later published as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Queen of arts: Alice in Wonderland at Tate Liverpool – in pictures

Queen of arts: Alice in Wonderland at Tate Liverpool – in pictures

", by John Tenniel - a preliminary sketch of a classic Alice moment, when she consumes a cake inscribed "EAT ME" that causes her to grow to such a size her head hits the ceiling!

Lewis Carroll - The "cut pages in diary" document, in the Dodgson family archive in Woking.

Lewis Carroll - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lewis Carroll: Mathematician | Modern Mechanix | Page 2

Lewis Carroll: Mathematician | Modern Mechanix | Page 2

When you are describing a shape, or sound or tint, don't state the matter plainly, but put it in a hint, and learn to look at all things with a sort of mental squint.---Lewis Carroll

Writing Technique: the mental squint. Not really sure Lewis Carol said this though, as it doesn't really sound like him. Also see Burn Wild Chapter The Gaze

Westminster Abbey - Lewis Carroll Memorial Stone

Obviously the most important memorial stone I took a picture of at the Abbey.) I'm so glad this photo turned out so well. And I really want to visit his actual grave in Guildford one day.

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