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Lewis Carroll

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(1832 - 1898)

Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll was the pseudonym of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. He was an English writer, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon and photographer. His most famous writings are Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, as well as the poems “The Hunting of the Snark” and “Jabberwocky”, all examples of the genre of literary nonsense.

He is noted for his facility at word play, logic, and fantasy, and there are societies in many parts of the world (including the United Kingdom, Japan, the United States, and New Zealand) dedicated to the enjoyment and promotion of his works and the investigation of his life.



Bibliography

Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass (1937)

In Alice in Wonderland, Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures. And in the sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, she climbs through a mirror into a fantastical world.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Ninon MacKnight
John Tenniel

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Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass (1950)

In Alice in Wonderland, Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures. And in the sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, she climbs through a mirror into a fantastical world.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Pauline Baynes

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1866)

The most famous and popular fantasy novel in English. This is the first American edition, consisting of the original English printing, which the author suppressed. READ NOW.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): John Tenniel

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1901)

Alice finds her way to Wonderland down a rabbit hole and meets many queer characters there. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Peter Newell
Robert Murray Wright

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1907)

Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures. Read for free online at Project Gutenberg.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Arthur Rackham

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1983)

Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1992)

The most famous and popular fantasy novel in English.

This edition was reproduced from new proofs taken from the original wood blocks of the illustrations.

Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): John Tenniel

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Alicia in Terra Mirabili (1964)

A Latin translation of the most famous and popular fantasy novel in English.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): John Tenniel

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Aliciae per Speculum Tansitus (1966)

A Latin translation of the sequel to the most famous and popular fantasy novel in English.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): John Tenniel

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Best in Children’s Books Volume 12 (1958)

A collection of stories, poems and articles some of which have new illustrations.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Et al
Illustrator(s): Edward Shenton
Peter Spier
John Tenniel
Leonard Weisgard
Et al

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The Children’s Hour Volume 5 (1953)

A copious collection of poetry. Includes Robert Lawson's illustrations to three poems of Jonathan Bing. The image on page 247 of Jonathan with a wheelbarrow does not appear in Just for Fun.

Author(s): Robert Browning
Lewis Carroll
Charles E. Carryl
Alfred Noyes
Robert W. Service
Various
Illustrator(s): Elizabeth Orton Jones
Dorothy P. Lathrop
Robert Lawson
Et al

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The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits (1876)

The Bellman, the Baker and their friends succeed, unfortunately, in finding the Snark --it was a Boojum, you see. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Henry Holiday

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The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits (1976)

The Bellman, the Baker and their friends go in pursuit of the elusive Snark and, unfortunately, find one -- it’s a Boojum you see.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Quentin Blake

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Junior Classics Volume 6 (1912)

Selections from nineteenth century classics, including a large portion of Alice in Wonderland. For children from six to sixteen. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Dinah Maria Craik
Mary Mapes Dodge
Mrs. Juliana Horatia Ewing
Lucretia P. Hale
Jean Ingelow
John Ruskin
Catherine Sinclair
Various
Illustrator(s): Richard Doyle
John Leech
John Tenniel

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Phantasmagoria (1869)

A collection of less well known poems by the author of Alice. Many were subsequently published along with The Hunting of the Snark and a few new poems as Rhyme? and Reason? Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Anonymous

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Sylvie and Bruno (1889)

This novel by the author of Alice weaves between the worlds of faerie and Victorian England. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Harry Furniss

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Sylvie and Bruno (1967)

This novel by the author of Alice weaves between the worlds of faerie and Victorian England. This is a facsimile edition. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Harry Furniss

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Sylvie and Bruno Concluded (1893)

This is the second and concluding volume of the novel by the author of Alice which weaves between the worlds of faerie and Victorian England. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Harry Furniss

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Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There (1872)

Alice returns to Wonderland by way of the looking glass over the mantle and meets many queer people, including the Walrus and the Carpenter. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): John Tenniel

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Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There (1902)

Alice returns to Wonderland by way of the looking glass over the mantle and meets many queer people, including the Walrus and the Carpenter. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Peter Newell

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Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There (1993)

The sequel to the most famous and popular fantasy novel in English.

This edition was reproduced from new proofs taken from the original wood blocks of the illustrations.

Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): John Tenniel

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