"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (often called only "Alice in Wonderland") is a children fantasy book, written in 1865. The plot has circuit structure, beginning with Alice's dream, and ending by her waking up, so we can observe all of her adventures in Wonderland as a dream. By genre, this novel is an example of children […]
Lewis Carroll, alias Charles Lutwidge Dodgson was born in Daresbury, 27th of January, 1832.
Besides being a well-known author, he was recognized as an excellent photographer, logician and mathematician as well. His story about Alice and her amazing adventures in Wonderland remained a classic for many generations. He wrote a story " Chasing the Mirror", and some other mathematician works as well.
Lewis Carroll received his education at the University of Oxford, where he remained as a Math professor from 1855.-1881, becoming an Anglican priest at that time as well.
Only four years later he begins telling the stories to the University dean's daughter. Later, he got those storied published under the name "The Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". The novel was a huge success, followed by the equally successful "Chasing the Mirror".
It's been speculated that the name Alice is derivative from Alice Liddel, the name mentioned at the end of "Chasing the Mirror".
Lewis Carrol died in Guilford, 1898.