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Lewis Carroll and "Alice in Wonderland"

Impossible events and nonsensical creatures fill Lewis Carroll's poetry.
Impossible events and nonsensical creatures fill Lewis Carroll's poetry.
Sterling Publishing

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  • Robert D. Sutherland 5 years ago

    When Charles Lutwidge Dodgson spontaneously composed the story of "Alice's Adventures Underground"for Alice Liddell and her two sisters on a rowing trip in 1862, Alice's father, Dean Liddell of Christ Church, Oxford, was not with them (as the article erroneously states). The other adult was Robinson Duckworth.

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