By the time of his death, Alice had become the most popular children's book in England, and by it was one of the most popular in the world. Besides writing, Carroll created a number of fine photographs. His notable portraits include those of the actress Ellen Terry and the poet Alfred Tennyson. He also photographed children in every possible costume and situation, eventually making nude studies of them. Despite conjecture, little real evidence of child abuse can be brought against him. Shortly before his 66th birthday, Lewis Carroll caught a severe case of influenza, which led to pneumonia.
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He died on January 14, , leaving an enigma behind him. We strive for accuracy and fairness. If you see something that doesn't look right, contact us!
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He was successful in his study of mathematics and writing, and remained at the college after graduation to teach. While teaching, Carroll was ordained as a deacon; however, he never preached. He also began to pursue photography, often choosing children as the subject of his portraits.
One of his favorite models was a young girl named Alice Liddell, the daughter of the Dean at Christ's Church, who later became the basis for Carroll's fictional character, Alice. He abandoned both photography and public speaking between and , and focused on his writing. Many of Carroll's philosophies were based on games.
His interest in logic came purely from the playful nature of its principle rather than its uses as a tool. He primarily wrote comic fantasies and humorous verse that was often very childlike. Alice's story began as a piece of extemporaneous whimsy meant to entertain three little girls on a boating trip in Both of these works were considered children's novels that were satirical in nature and in exemplification of Carroll's wit.
Also famous is Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky," in which he created nonsensical words from word combinations. Carroll died in Guildford, Surrey, on January 14, And Reason? One, two! Come to my arms, my beamish boy! Green cloth in tidy condition, pages a little browned, with a very good dust jacket, pp.
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Creasing and a few short tears to jacket edges. Text is clean and umarked. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Later Printing.
Later [2nd] impression. Green cloth. Gilt title on spine. TIght, square binding. Light age toning to paper. Paul Hamlyn, Contains black and white illustrations. Pages are clear, with heavy tanning and foxing to edges. Light tanning, with some tape marking to pastedowns and endpapers. Small inscription to front endpaper, with heavy tanning to text block edges. Boards have mild shelf wear with light rubbing and corner bumping. Some light marking and sunning.