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Lewis Carroll (1832 – 1898)
|Nationality: British||Periods: British: 19th Century|
mathematician, creator of the Alice in Wonderland books
Our pages on these individual works by Lewis Carroll
- Lewis Carroll’s Relation to Contemporary Art
- “As you read Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, consider the complex relations of these pre-electronic multi-media works and the questions they raise. For example, since the author of the verbal text (Dodgson/Carroll) so influenced (controlled?) the images thataccompany it, can one interpret that verbal text without paying attention to the visual? What, in other words, is Alice in Wonderland or Through the Looking Glass — the verbal text alone or the combination of word and image? If the answer is the second, then what different interpretive strategies does the reader have to employ?”
- Contains: Criticism, Commentary
- From: Victorian Web
- Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll): A Brief Biography
- This lengthy sketch (approximately 2 pages) covers Carroll’s whole life and focuses on his creativity.
- Contains: Sketch
- From: British Authors of the Nineteenth Century
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013