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Q: Did Lewis Carroll win any major awards?
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Did the writings of Lewis Carroll won any literary awards?

no none


Did Lewis Carroll win any awards?

Lewis Carroll won the Kurt Maschler Award and Kurt Maschler Award posthumously for Alice in Wonderland. This work is widely known as being a pioneering example of literary nonsense.


Did Lewis Carroll have any children?

No. Lewis Carroll was forbidden from marrying by the terms of his employment and as a result never had any children.


Did Lewis Carroll have any pets?

no


Did Lewis Carroll have granchildren?

No, Lewis Carroll never had any grandchildren. As part of the terms of his job, he was forbidden from marrying, so he never had any children.


Are there any statues or plaques of Lewis Carroll?

mabey


Who was the oyster eater in a Lewis Carroll verse?

The Walrus and the Carpenter ate the oysters in Lewis Carroll's poem, but in the 1951 Disney movie, only the Walrus had any.


Who wrote this quote-if you do not know where you are going any road will take you there?

Lewis Carroll


Has Hinder won any major awards?

Hinder has not yet won any major awards. They have been #1 on rock charts with "Lips of an Angel", but still haven't won any major awards. HINDER STILL ROCKS THOUGH!!!!!!!


How did Lewis Carroll become famous?

Lewis Carroll became famous by writing Alice in Wonderland. I don't know what story he told, but the first time he told any of his stories was on a boating trip. :-)


Did Meriwether Lewis or William Clark receive any awards?

No


Was Lewis Carroll mad?

No, Lewis Carroll was completely sane. He was a highly intelligent man who held a repectable and responsible job for his whole adult life. He was never diagnosed with any form of mental illness and his extensive diaries give no indication that he ever suffered from one.


Where in Lewis Carroll's works can you find a reference to a church mouse?

There is no reference to a Church Mouse in any of Lewis Carroll's writings. It doesn't appear in any of his fictional works, nor does it appear in any of the books, articles, letters or diaries written under his real name, Charles Dodgson. There are references made in several online dictionaries to Carroll creating a character called Church Mouse, (See link below) but none of them quotes a source and they appear to be mistaken.


Did Sacagawea win any awards?

yes, she won an award for traveling wif Lewis and clark on their expidition...


Was Lakeview Terrace nominated for any awards?

The 2008 movie wasn't nominated for any major award: The Academy Awards, Golden Globes or SAG.


Why was Lewis Carroll called Lewis Carroll?

It seems that Charles Lutwidge Dodgson was very keen to keep his fictional work separate from his real and professional life. He never publicly acknowledged that he was also Lewis Carroll and even went to the lengths of printing a message to send to people who wrote to him as Lewis Carroll saying, "He neither claims or acknowledges any connection with any pseudonym, or with any book that is not published under his own name."source: Rackin, D., Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Nonsense, Sense and MeaningHis pen-name was chosen by Edmund Yates, the editor of a magazine to which Dodgson had submitted a poem:Dodgson first used 'B.B.' to sign his non-professional writings, but in March 1856, when he wanted to publish his poem 'Solitude' in the magazine "The Train", Edmund Yates, a magazine editor, thought that this one was not appropriate. Then Dodgson came up with 'Dares' (from Daresbury in Cheshire, his birthplace), but that one was also rejected. Finally he invented Edgar Cuthwellis (composed from the letters of his name), Edgar U.C. Westhill (idem), Louis Carroll...and Lewis Carroll (idem). Yates chose the last one.source: Lenny's Alice in wonderland Site (see Related Link)The name Lewis Carroll was created by Dodgson Latinising his first two names, and then Anglicising them again.Lutwidge = Ludovic = LewisCharles = Carolus = CarrollWe know that there is no connection between Dodgson's pen-name and Alice Liddell because 'Solitude' was published under the name Lewis Carroll in March 1856, and he did not meet Alice Liddell until April of the same year.


Did Jack London get any awards?

Jack London was an American author and activist. Though well known and influential, he didn't receive any major literary awards.


What was Lewis Carroll's inspiration for the character the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland?

Lewis Carroll never gave any indication that the Queen of Hearts was based on any real person. Some critics claim that she may have been inspired by Queen Victoria but it has also been argued that she represents the Lancastrian Queen Margaret who featured in the War of the Roses. Carroll himself said that, "I pictured to myself the Queen of Hearts as a sort of embodiment of ungovernable passion--a blind and aimless Fury." So it might be said that 'anger' is the inspiration for this character


Does Alice in Wonderland have any religious connections?

Lewis Carroll had very strong ideas about religion (he was the son of an important Anglican churchman, and in minor orders himself). Carroll would have greatly disapproved of anyone putting religious messages into a children's story. He certainly would not have done it himself.


Did James watt win any major awards?

Other than having several things named after him and patenting a lot of things he received no awards for them.


Did nicolaus coppernicus win any major awards?

The idea of an "award" for a major achievement is a relatively modern concept, and was not in use for scientists and astronomers back then.


Why did Charles Lutwidge Dodgson write under the pen name Lewis Carroll?

It seems that Dodgson was very keen to keep his fictional work separate from his real and professional life. He never publicly acknowledged that he was also Lewis Carroll and even went to the lengths of printing a message to send to people who wrote to him as Lewis Carroll saying, "He neither claims or acknowledges any connection with any pseudonym, or with any book that is not published under his own name."source: Rackin, D., Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Nonsense, Sense and MeaningHis pen-name was chosen by Edmund Yates, the editor of a magazine to which Dodgson had submitted a poem:Dodgson first used 'B.B.' to sign his non-professional writings, but in March 1856, when he wanted to publish his poem 'Solitude' in the magazine "The Train", Edmund Yates, a magazine editor, thought that this one was not appropriate. Then Dodgson came up with 'Dares' (from Daresbury in Cheshire, his birthplace), but that one was also rejected. Finally he invented Edgar Cuthwellis (composed from the letters of his name), Edgar U.C. Westhill (idem), Louis Carroll...and Lewis Carroll (idem). Yates chose the last one.source: Lenny's Alice in wonderland Site (see Related Link)The name Lewis Carroll was created by Dodgson Latinising his first two names, and then Anglicising them again.Lutwidge = Ludovic = LewisCharles = Carolus = CarrollWe know that there is no connection between Dodgson's pen-name and Alice Liddell because 'Solitude' was published under the name Lewis Carroll in March 1856, and he did not meet Alice Liddell until April of the same year.


Has C.S. Lewis won any awards?

Yes. CS Lewis was awarded the Carnegie Award, which is the highest honor for children's literature in the UK, for The Last Battle.Lewis was also offered a CBE (Commander of the British Empire) by Winston Churchill in 1951, but Lewis refused to accept. It is uncertain why.


Does Madeline Carroll have any boyfriend?

No


Does Kim Kardashian have any awards?

no she does not have any awards :(