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 (dŏj′sən), Charles Lutwidge Pen name Lewis Car·roll (kăr′əl) 1832-1898.
British mathematician and writer. His stories about Alice, invented to amuse the young daughter of a friend, appear in the classics Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1872).


(Biography) Charles Lutwidge (ˈlʌtwɪdʒ). the real name of Lewis Carroll. See Carroll


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Charles Lutwidge ( “Lewis Carroll” ), 1832–98, English mathematician and writer of children's books.
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Dodgson was born in 1832, the third of 11 children, to a Christian clergyman.
1864: Charles Dodgson presented a little girl called Alice Liddell with a story she had inspired him to write.
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Originally entitled Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, this 1865 novel was written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, who published the book under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.
1864: Charles Dodgson presented a little girl called Alice Liddell, above, with story she had inspired him to write.
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In recent years, following the unearthing of scores of prurient photos of young girls which some say were taken by the author, born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, he's been dubbed the "Victorian Jimmy Savile".
Thankfully, for the purposes of literary creation, the times of mid-Victorian Oxford were rather different and Dodgson was able to embark on his obsessive photographing of Alice Liddell, set to become the most famous little girl in the entire canon of English literature.
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