rhythm and alliteration
Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass.
He liked to use italics (a lot)
The surname Carroll has been used by some famous people, including author Lewis Carrol, and actress Diahanne Carroll.
Lewis Carroll wrote a letter saying that he had some ideas for a sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 1866. Through the Looking Glass was published in 1871.
The name Lewis is derived from the Old English name Louis. There are some notable authors with this name. Lewis Carroll, for example, was the author of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'.
Possibly, it is widely thought that is why he wrote some of his "strange" poetry. But i am not sure that it has been proved
Yes, and that just happens to be what I am studying right now in school. It was known that they were all famous at the time of Lewis Carroll. Queen Victoria even ordered some of his books and when they arrived, they were all math books because Lewis Carroll was a shy math professor. Go on to Wikipedia for more information. It is the page called Lewis Carroll. Ten, go to the references and look at the page Robin Wilson and it will take you to another Wikipedia page. Read it and it will most likely tell you something that might be useful. Ank you and I hope that this extremely long answer helps. It is my very first answer and I think that I did a very good job. Thank you and check out the site that just says Lewis Carroll when you type in Lewis Carroll on google search. It has some more information that might help you with your research. Have fun!
Other than his stammer, there doesn't seem to have been anything particularly wrong with Lewis Carroll. There is a theory that he may have been epileptic, but this is unproven. Contrary to what some may suggest, he definitely wasn't a cocaine addict, and had no known history of drug use.
Carroll Nicholson has written: 'Some relatives of Carroll and Nancy Nicholson'
He started the story to entertain some children he knew. Because they loved his stories he wrote them down.
not exactly. His original idea was to do an Alice in Wonderland remake. However, according to him, upon researching the subject, he decided to focus on Alice's author, Lewis Carroll. However, it is likely that the film will feature some scenes from AIW. The project is called "Phantasmagoria: The Visions of Lewis Carroll" and its tentitive release is in 2010.
Some of the older poetic forms have gone out of style. Having the warden thrown into his own prison was poetic justice.
In the final chapters of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll, the Knave of Hearts is tried on the accusation of stealing some tarts made by the Queen of Hearts.
There have been many famous novelists over the years. Some of these include Herman Melville, Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte, Lewis Carroll, Mark Twain and Robert Louis Stevenson.
A word created by Lewis Carroll in "Jabberwocky" (Through the Looking Glass, 1872), it has no precise definition. Some suggest it means "fearsome" as in "manx-like".
Brillig is a word created by Lewis Carroll for his poem Jabberwocky. He defined it as "four o'clock in the afternoon -- the time when you begin broiling things for dinner."But the words in Jabberwocky are fluid - for some of them Carroll changed the definition and some aren't defined at all. What really matters is what the word means to you, as a reader - if you want the word 'brillig' to be a synonym of 'enough', then it is.`When I use a word,' Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, `it means just what I choose it to mean -- neither more nor less.'Lewis Carroll Through the Looking Glass
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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
In Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, there aren't mathematical symbols as such, but there arereferences to mathematical ideas and concepts.Wikipedia gives some examples. (See Related Links below)
There are many wonderful poems that can be read for oral interpretation. Some include â??They Flee from Meâ?? by Sir Thomas Wyatt and â??Jabberwockyâ?? by Lewis Carroll.
John Lewis is a shop. But there is a family surname.I am a John-Lewis too.Alana John -Lewis Lewis some live in Dominica some live in London.
always use like or as