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The Works of Lewis Carroll

by Carroll, Lewis

Condition: G in G DJ


Prague, Czechoslovakia: Spring Books. G in G DJ. (1965). 2nd imp. Charles Dodgson was anone too successful mathematics lecturer at Christ Church, Oxford, who under the pseudonym of Lewis . Caroll, the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, a completely different side to his character is revealed. The rather stuffy Oxford don is transformed into a warm, generous-hearted man with a deep affection for children, one of the most celebrated child photographers of his time, who could entertain his young friends for hours with his puzzles, games and stories. DJ edge wear, ft hinge cracked. .
  • Bookseller: Crabtree's Collection Old Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: BOOKS044033I
  • Title: The Works of Lewis Carroll
  • Author: Carroll, Lewis
  • Illustrator:John Tenniel
  • Book condition: Used - G in G DJ
  • Edition: 2nd imp
  • Publisher: Spring Books
  • Place: Prague, Czechoslovakia
  • Date published: (1965)
  • Keywords: Charles Dodgson was anone too successful mathematics lecturer at, Christ Church, Oxford, who under the pseudonym of Lewis, Lewis Carroll


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