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The Other Alice - Alice Liddell - That's Where I Live

Alice Liddle - That's Where I Live "On July 4, 1862, Charles Dodgson took his neighbor Alice Liddell on a picnic and told her a story that later became a book called Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (which he published under the name Lewis Carroll). Mr. Dogdson taught mathematics at Christ Church at Oxford University in England. He was a shy man, but he always felt comfortable with children, whom he got to know by photographing them. Alice was the child friend he liked best of all." This is…

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Lucie Pacltova
Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll was at one time, considered a viable suspect for "JACK THE RIPPER"!  Just stop & think about that for a second... Jane Austen, Jack The Ripper Identity, English Writers, Stream Of Consciousness, Virginia Woolf, Lewis Carroll, Adventures In Wonderland, Interesting History, Through The Looking Glass

6 Famous People Whose Identities We Still Don't Know

We live in a culture that doesn't exactly value anonymity. It's difficult to grab lunch at a drive-through without having to check in on at least three social media sites, for example. To get an idea of how much things have changed, there are some people who have become world-famous icons, but whose names no one knows.

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Dominique Walls-Borum
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Oakshot Complete Works of Lewis Carroll (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) (Classics Book 2)

Oakshot Complete Works of Lewis Carroll (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) (Classics Book 2) - Kindle edition by Carroll, Lewis, Oakshot Press. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Oakshot Complete Works of Lewis Carroll (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) (Classics Book 2).

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Sara Delia
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The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Imagine sitting in a horse-drawn carriage, listening to the steady balanced clop of the horses’ hooves as you turn into the entrance to the Park at Highclere. The carriage, jogging along through a mass of dark green rhododendrons that effectively hems in any view, suddenly rounds a bend in the drive to catch sight of a much wider landscape of distant follies, wood studded hills and grazing sheep. After a few minutes, it might be possible to glimpse the sharply drawn silhouette of the Castle…

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Linda Susan Proudfoot Smith
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Page:Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.djvu/208 - Wikisource, the free online library

Page:Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.djvu/208 - Wikisource, the free online library

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Patricia Osuna
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Alice Liddell (1852-1934) dressed as "Beggar-Maid" in the deanery garden at Christ Church, Oxford University in 1858. This collodion photograph was taken by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898)…

Download this stock image: Alice Liddell (1852-1934) dressed as Beggar-Maid in the deanery garden at Christ Church, Oxford University in 1858. This collodion photograph was taken by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898), better known as Lewis Carroll, and would have required over 40 seconds of exposure. The Beggar Maid was a popular poem by Lord Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892) published in 1842, Tennyson thought the portrait one of the most beautiful photographs he had ever seen. See description…

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