Lewis Carroll and Alice

@inproceedings{Stoffel1997LewisCA,
  title={Lewis Carroll and Alice},
  author={Stephanie Lovett Stoffel},
  year={1997}
}
One golden summer afternoon in 1862, the young Oxford mathematics don Charles Dodgson shared a picnic with three little girls in a boat on the River Thames. One of the sisters, Alice Liddell, asked for a story "with plenty of nonsense in it". The adventure he created for her under the pen name Lewis Carroll and the unforgettable characters he invented - the White Rabbit, the March Hare, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, amongst others - have enchanted generations of readers thoughout the world… CONTINUE READING