Lewis Caroll Alice Through the Looking Glass Postcard

Lewis Caroll Alice Through the Looking Glass Postcard
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Lewis Caroll Alice Through the Looking Glass Postcard
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Carroll met Alice through his interest in photography. During a boating trip up the river in Oxford, he told Alice and her sisters the famous story. When published in 1865, with John Tenniel’s immortal illustrations, it was an immediate success.

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SKU 031
Card Size 210mm x 148.5mm (A5)

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The Lewis Caroll Postcard Collection

Lewis Carroll was the pen name of Charles Dodgson, born in Cheshire in 1832, later the family moved to North Yorkshire. He was educated at Richmond and Rugby Schools and Christ Church, Oxford. Beside his famous Alice books he wrote poetry and was a pioneering photographer. He died in Guildford in 1898. The postcards illustrate Carroll’s life spent mainly in Oxford and the two famous novels in which Alice enters a vivid imagined world.

Hand drawn artwork Researched, designed and illustrated in Bath (UK) Regularly verified by leading experts