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  1. Alice Through the Looking Glass by LEWIS CARROLL, 2009-08-01
  2. Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll, 2009-11-01
  3. Alicia En El Pais De Las Maravillas / Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , ilustrado (Spanish Edition) by Lewis Carroll, 2007-08-03
  4. Lewis Carroll in Numberland: His Fantastical Mathematical Logical Life by Robin Wilson, 2010-06-14
  5. The Works of Lewis Carroll (Eight Books with active table of contents) by Lewis Carroll, 2009-04-04
  6. The Complete Illustrated Works of Lewis Carroll by Lewis Carroll, 1982-10
  7. Dreaming in Pictures: The Photography of Lewis Carroll by Douglas R. Nickel, 2002-08-01
  8. Through the Looking-Glass - Original Version by Lewis Carroll, 2010-03-01
  9. Lewis Carroll by Anne Higonnet, 2008-09-01
  10. Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, 2009-11-24
  11. ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND AND THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS : Complete in One Volume by Lewis Carroll, 1935-01-01
  12. Sphere Packing, Lewis Carroll, and Reversi: Martin Gardner's New Mathematical Diversions (The New Martin Gardner Mathematical Library) by Martin Gardner, 2009-07-31
  13. Lewis Carroll: An Illustrated Biography by Derek Hudson, 1978-04-12
  14. Relativity Visualized by Lewis Carroll Epstein, 1985

41. Poetry Of Lewis Carroll, Full-text; Lewis Carroll's Poetry, At
Site includes the complete "Phantasmagoria", "Jabberwocky", "The Hunting Category Arts Literature Authors C carroll, lewis Works......Home, Home. Poetry of lewis carroll. JABBERWOCKY. THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER.THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. HOW DOTH THE LITTLE CROCODILE. YOU ARE OLD, FATHER WILLIAM.
Poetry of Lewis Carroll

42. Biografía De Lewis Carroll
Translate this page Sus cuentos vieron la luz con el seudónimo lewis carroll. 1898, Collingwood,Stuart, Dodgson The Life and Letters of lewis carroll. Unwin, Londres.
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson era el nombre verdadero del autor de las "Aventuras de Alicia en el País de las Maravillas" ( Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ), y de "A través del Espejo" ( Through the Looking Glass ). Nacido en Daresbury, Inglaterra, era el mayor de 11 hijos: cuatro varones y siete niñas. A los 18 años, ingresó en la Universidad de Oxford, en la que permaneció durante cerca de 50 años, y en la que obtuvo el grado de bachiller y se recibió de preceptor. Fue ordenado diácono de la Iglesia Anglicana y enseñó Matemáticas a tres generaciones de jóvenes estudiantes de Oxford, y lo que es más importante, escribió dos de las más deliciosas narraciones que se han producido en el campo de la literatura. Poco es lo que hay que decir, aparte de estos hechos, acerca de la vida del Reverendo Dodgson. Vivió 66 años tan tranquilamente como puede hacerlo cualquier otro hombre, y el trabajo y ocupación de su vida, así como su diversión favorita, fueron las Matemáticas. Padeció, de insomnios durante toda su existencia, y pasaba noches enteras despierto, con los arduos problemas matemáticos dando vueltas en su cabeza, y tratando de descifrarlos. Escribió diversos libros sobre la materia y el más interesante de ellos se titula: Euclides y sus modernos rivales Sus cuentos vieron la luz con el seudónimo Lewis Carroll . Quizá la razón de esto fuera su extraordinaria timidez ante las gentes, es decir, ante los adultos. Tenía pocos amigos en la plenitud de su desarrollo y crecimiento, y como era tímido, se retrajo de los adultos y creó sus amistades entre los niños, especialmente entre las niñas pequeñas; los comprendía perfectamente y era su natural y delicioso compañero. Fácilmente tomaba parte en sus juegos; inventaba siempre algunos nuevos y les contaba cuentos e historias.

43. The Free Library Of Philadelphia - Rare Book Department - Alice Exhibit - Welcom
Online exhibit featuring books and original artwork from the Free Library of Philadelphia's collections. Features the work of lewis carroll, Kate Greenaway, Arthur Rackham, and John Tenniel among others.
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44. Lewis Carroll: An Overview
Biography. Works History Religion Science Technology. Politics LiteratureVisual Arts Economics. Plot and Structure Themes Genre Imagery.

45. Lewis Carroll Photography Page
Links to photography by the contemporary of Julia Cameron, known for his portraits of children.
Updated September 28, 2002
Lewis Carroll Photography Page
Lewis Carroll became interested in photography in the infancy of this scientific art form. He was a man of infinite patience and one who paid attention to the smallest detail. These qualities were mandatory to be a photographer in the 1850's. The wet collodion process was demanding indeed. It is thought that he gave up photography when the dry developing process came to the fore, because it made photography too easy. Anybody could do that. Where was the challenge? At any rate he is considered one of the best amateur photographers of his time. I think he was a bit of a photography snob. Carroll certainly would chose UNIX over Windows (who wouldn't?).
Photography by Carroll

46. Charles Dodgson - Photographer
Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. aka lewis carroll. Photo grapher. Here is a smallset of photos. Go photographing with Hiawatha. Go to lewis carroll's home page.
Rev. C harles L utwidge D odgson
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Here is a small set of photos. Eventually we want to do something interesting here - But this will do for now. This page is in memory of Helmut Gernsheim who made Dodgson's photography known to the general public in 1949 and who, over the years, has taught us so much about the early days of photography. There are two round robins. The second is for Alice and the first for the others. At the last image in each, clicking in the upper right takes you to the other set
Clicking on the image takes you to the next image. takes you back an image and returns you here.
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  • Aileen Wilson-Todd , taken at Croft Rectory (CD's family home). Mr. and Mrs. Millais with their two daughters. Alice Constance Westmacott, daughter of the sculptor Richard Westmacott Two Children - Museum of the History of Science, Oxford
  • Beatrice Henley - daughter of the Vicar of Putney. Ellen Terry - actress at 18 (already disasterously married). Florence Bickerstith - daughter of the Bishop of Ripon.

47. Puzzles By Lewis Carroll
A decent choice of classic riddles.
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Classic Puzzles by Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll, the creator of Alice in Wonderland, was in real life Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, mathematician and logician. He was also, throughout his life, fascinated by puns, acrostics, anagrams, riddles, and all sorts of mathematical games and puzzles.
Here is a small selection of his puzzles.
Up Hill and Down Hill

A Spiral Walk

The Monkey and the Pulley

The Captive Queen

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50. The Hunting Of The Snark-Title Page
An Agony in Eight Fits by lewis carroll, with illustrations by Henry Holiday. Text and illustrations of this children's book from Allison Randal.
The Hunting of
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An Agony in Eight Fits
Lewis Carroll
Illustrations by Henry Holiday
Table of Contents Fit the First: The Landing Fit the Second: The Bellman's Speech Fit the Third: The Baker's Tale Fit the Fourth: The Hunting ...
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51. Aurora
The shop featured in 'Through the looking glass'.
Lewis Carrolls Old Sheep Shop
This 15th century Oxford building is situated in the city’s St Aldates Street opposite Christ Church Meadow, part of the famous Christ Church College. It is here it received its links with Lewis Carroll. Lewis Carroll was a mathematical don at the college and was friendly with the Dean, Rev'd Henry George Liddell, and his family. The Dean had three daughters, Lorina, Alice and Edith. Lewis Carroll took the family on numerous picnics along the picturesque banks of the river Thames. While her sisters played games or read books on these outings Alice would become bored and so Lewis Carroll would tell her fantastic stories all about the adventures of a little girl called Alice. Lewis would include people who featured in Alices’ everyday life, like her strict governess who became the queen of hearts in "Alice in Wonderland", the mad hatter was based on a hatter who lived in the High Street and was very eccentric because of the mercury he worked with . Also included was himself as a dodo (his real name was Charles Dodgson but Alice had trouble with this and affectionatly named him dodo). Sometime later the family persuaded Lewis to write down and publish these amazing adventures, they came in the form of two books "Alice in wonderland" and "Through the looking glass".

52. Alice In Wonderland - An Interactive Adventure!
A large interactive website of Java games, word puzzles, and the characters from Alice in Wonderland.Category Arts Animation Movies Titles Alice in Wonderland......An interactive website of Java games, word puzzles, and more, featuringthe characters from lewis carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
Please Note: This interactive web site uses both Java and Javascript for many of the activities. Please make sure your web browser is Java enabled! To bookmark this page and add it to your favorites, click Control D on your PC, or Command D on your Macintosh. W elcome to Wonderland! Here you will enjoy activities with Alice and her Wonderland friends! Lewis Carroll's two Alice Books, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, have been my favorites since I was a child. I developed this web site to share my love of these books with others, especially hoping that it might influence those who have not read the books to read them. I hope you enjoy your visit! Read An Ode on Alice , the poem that inspired me to develop this web site! Check out the White Rabbit's new pocketwatch! Complete the Wonderland Word Search and win a special prize! Play Alice's Guessing Game Curiouser and Curiouser ! Make Alice change sizes and shapes! See Alice reflected in the Pool of Tears Write your own Long and Sad Tale Seek Advice From a Caterpillar Help Distract the Puppy Watch the Cheshire Cat disappear!

53. Alice In Wonderland, Ill. By Arthur Rackham 1907
Reproductions of plates from a 1907 edition of lewis carroll's masterpiece.
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54. Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) British Writer. Pseudonym For Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
Pseudonym for Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. lewis carroll's work represents someof the most lasting midVictorian fantasies. carroll, lewis Guide picks.
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Carroll, Lewis
Guide picks (1832-1898) British writer. Pseudonym for Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Lewis Carroll's work represents some of the most lasting mid-Victorian fantasies.
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Offers a detailed biography of the author of "Alice in Wonderland." Internet School Library Media Center
Peruse through an index of Lewis Carroll links. Includes a photo of the illustrator. Jabberwocky Variations Read parodies of Carroll's "Jabberwocky," or browse the list of the 29 languages. Lenny's Wonderland Page Here you can find out about "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," "Through the Looking Glass," and more. Lewis Carroll Illustrated version of "Alice in Wonderland", with bulletin board, biographies, and links to societies.

55. World Wide School Library - Literature-Poetry
Collection of rare and popular works including Ballad of Reading Gaol , by Oscar Wilde and The Hunting of the Snark by lewis carroll.
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by William. S. Gilbert The Aeneid
by Virgil This classic epic poem, translated from Latin, written around 29-19BC, contains twelve books exploring the legends surrounding Aeneas and the founding of Rome. The first six books follow Aeneas' journeys and are modeled after Homer's "Odysessy." The last six patterned after the "Iliad" deal with the Trojan war where Aeneas is told, as he leaves the burning ruins, that he will found a glorious city of destiny in the West. Amours de Voyage
by Arthur Clough Ancient Poems, Ballads and Songs of England
by Robert Bell (editor) Taken down from oral recitation and transcribed from private manuscripts, rare broadsides and scarce publications. An Anthology of Australian Verse
by Bertram Stevens Ballad of Reading Gaol
by Oscar Wilde This long ballad poem published in 1898 was Wilde's last artistic effort. The poem is a social commentary against the deplorable and inhuman conditions existing in Reading jail. His poignant plea for prison reform was written while he served a two-year term there. The Ballad of the White Horse
by G. K. Chestereton

56. Lewis Carroll Biography
Bibliography Bloom, Harold, ed., lewis carroll (1987); carroll, lewis, The Diariesof lewis carroll, ed. by Roger Green (1954), and The letters of lewis
Lewis Carroll Biography homepage people directory Lewis Carroll
Illustration by Sir John Tenniel in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland that inspirated the Mad Hatter Day Lewis Carroll is the pseudonym of the English writer and mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, b. Jan. 27, 1832, d. Jan. 14, 1898, known especially for ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (1865) and THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS (1872), children's books that are also distinguished as satire and as examples of verbal wit. Carroll invented his pen name by translating his first two names into the Latin "Carolus Lodovicus" and then anglicizing it into "Lewis Carroll." The son of a clergyman and the firstborn of 11 children, Carroll began at an early age to entertain himself and his family with magic tricks, marionette shows, and poems written for homemade newspapers. From 1846 to 1850 he attended Rugby School; he graduated from Christ Church College, Oxford, in 1854. Carroll remained there, lecturing on mathematics and writing treatises and guides for students. Although he took deacon's orders in 1861, Carroll was never ordained a priest, partly because he was afflicted with a stammer that made preaching difficult and partly, perhaps, because he had discovered other interests. Among Carroll's avocations was photography, at which he became proficient. He excelled especially at

57. - Columnists
Columns by Sue carroll, Des Kelly, Tony Parsons, Brian Reade, Jonathan Ross, Paul Routledge, Victor lewis Smith, Shelley Vision and James Whitaker.
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59. The Information Highway To Hell
An entire section of the site is dedicated to audio files of an individual reading contemporary and classic poetry by famous poets such as lewis carroll, Dorothy Parker, James Thurber, and Edgar Allen Poe.
THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY TO HELL Nice to see you out on the Information Highway to Hell! As the Internet took off, many hoped for a new Renaissance to blossom on-line. It didn't. Instead, we got porn, spam, and popup advertising . Referring to the Internet as the 'Highway to Hell' is my smug way of noting the barren, under-utilized nature of Cyberspace.
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60. The Pre-Raphaelites
The British Council and M.I Rudomino AllRussia State Library presents a photographic exhibition. Many biographies of, and photographs by PRB followers, including Julia Cameron, lewis carroll, HP Robinson, and several photos of Jane Morris by Dante Rossetti.

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