Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

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One of the most famous writers in the world is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson also known as Lewis Carroll. Lewis is acknowledged as one of the best writers that have ever lived; he is also well appreciated in the English culture. Carroll was born on January 27, 1832, in Morphany Lane in the village of Daresbury England. Carroll was the third oldest son of the Reverend Charles Dodgson and Frances Jane Lutwidge. Carroll belonged to a family of eleven children where he was the third oldest. Lewis Carroll childhood was pleasant. He was always full of ideas and he had many fun hubbies. Lewis Carroll’s hubbies contributed to all his own future creative works. Lewis Carroll enjoyed writing poems, playwrights, and word games. When Carroll was young he made up games and he liked it when his brothers and sister got involved in playing the games. Carroll’s siblings loved and enjoyed playing the unique games that he came up with. Carroll came up with stories that intrigued everyone who heard them. He was a magician, a marionette theater manager, and an editor of the family’s journals and their quotes. Carroll’s life at Daresbury was very solitary. Carroll didn’t have friends when he was at very young age; instead he had playmates which were his siblings. Lewis Carroll interacted mostly with his sisters; his closest relationship was with his older sister Elizabeth. (pg. 17 in The Mystery of Lewis Carroll by Jenny Woolf). During Carroll’s childhood he spent a great deal of his own time
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