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Lewis carroll, the author of alice in wonderland, hated being famous and wished he had never written the books which earned him such. Why has popular opinion of the author of alice's adventures in wonderland undergone such a dramatic reversal. In 1864 charles lutwidge dodgson (aka lewis carroll) completed his hand- written book alice's adventures in wonderland the story formed. After a tumble down the rabbit hole, alice finds herself far away from home in the absurd world of wonderland as mind-bending as it is delightful, lewis carroll's. The real alice, photographed by lewis carroll (graham s haber) carroll's original, handwritten manuscript, on loan from the british library in.
It turns out that alice in wonderland's relationship to drugs is a misconception it's never been proven that lewis carroll ever took mind-altering. Alice's adventures in wonderland is an 1865 novel written by english author charles lutwidge dodgson under the pseudonym lewis carroll it tells of a girl. Alice's adventures in wonderland (dover thrift editions) [lewis carroll] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers one of the english language's. Alice liddell, age 7, photographed by charles dodgson (lewis carroll) in ( right) with her sisters circa 1859, photographed by lewis carroll.
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