Where did Lewis Carroll write Alice in Wonderland?
Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland in Oxford, England.
No, Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland for his friend Alice Liddell.
Lewis Carroll didn't write a musical version of Alice in Wonderland. He wrote it as a novel.
Lewis Carroll started writing Alice in Wonderland in 1862. It was completed and published in 1865.
No, the only "Alice in Wonderland" books he wrote were Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and the sequel Through the Looking Glass OR No, Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland in Oxford, England.
Yes, Lewis Carroll wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. His real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and his pen name 'Lewis Carroll' was derived from the Anglicized version of his Latinized name.
No. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was written by Lewis Carroll. CS Lewis is best known for his series The Chronicles of Narnia.
No. Lewis Carroll famously wrote Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. The Wizard of Oz was written by L. Frank Baum.
Lewis Carroll wrote Alice In Wonderland in Victorian times. Alice's Adventures In Wonderland, the version we know today, was completed and published in 1865. Carroll first made up the story to entertain three young sisters, including Alice Liddell, on a rowing trip on July 4, 1862. Carroll presented Alice Liddell with a handwritten version of the story on November 26, 1864. It was called Alice's Adventures Under Ground.
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson he wrote under the pseudonym of Lewis Carroll
Fantasy- such as Alice In Wonderland. He also wrote about mathematics and logic, under his real name, Charles Dodgson.
He started the story to entertain some children he knew. Because they loved his stories he wrote them down.
At Oxford, Lewis Carroll made friends with the new dean's three daughters, Alice, Lorina, and Edith Liddell. It became somewhat of a tradition for them to take rowing trips on the river Isis, also known as the Thames. Alice in Wonderland was originally told to Alice Liddell and her sisters by Carroll to pass the time during a 5-mile boat ride. The story was so well loved by Alice that she pleaded with Carroll to… Read More
It's mostly just nonsensical short stories (like Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, except Lennon just wrote short stories)
Lewis Carroll first created the Alice story whilst on a rowing trip on the River Isis, near Oxford, England. He was in Oxford when he wrote down the story, which he called Alice's Adventures Under Ground. He expanded the story for publication, also whilst in Oxford. This is the version which we know today; Alice's Adventures In Wonderland.
There are several answers to this question. As Lewis Carroll made up Alice in Wonderland as he went along, one afternoon in 1865, to entertain some children he knew, you could say that it took him no time at all to write it. One of the children loved the story and asked him to write it down for her. It took Carroll two years from when he was asked until he gave her the version… Read More
Alice in Wonderland was originally a story made up by Lewis Carroll, whose real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, to entertain three little girls on a rowing trip. One of the girls, Alice Liddell, loved the story so much that she asked Carroll to write it down for her, which he did. A publisher friend of Carroll's saw what he had written and encouraged Carroll to have it published. Lewis Carroll edited and expanded the… Read More
Yes he's also wrote, Sylvia and Bruno, A tangled tale, Novelty and Romance, and many more.
Lewis Carroll's most famous books are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel, Through the Looking Glass.
His pen name would be Lewis Carroll. He was an English writer and mathematician who is best known for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and the sequel, Through the Looking-Glass. He was born on 27th January 1832 in Cheshire, England and died on 14th January 1898 in Surrey, England.
No, he wasn't. Alice in Wonderland was influenced by numerous things. One was a girl named Alice Liddell, who was the daughter of one of Lewis' acquaintances. Lewis told her stories and had a relationship which to this day is still question. He made up Alice in Wonderland to entertain Alice and her sisters during a rowing trip, so we can assume the he was in full control of his faculties at the time, as… Read More
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.
Many critics have noted that Alice in Wonderland is set in the summer months, takes place mainly outdoors, and features mainly characters who are indifferent to Alice or sometimes helpful. The later Alice through the Looking Glass however takes place in Winter, indoors, and has many characters who are actively hostile to Alice. (The underlying idea of Looking Glass - a game of chess - contains an idea of combat). When Lewis Carroll wrote Alice… Read More
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Charles Dodgson, which is Lewis Carroll's real name, published his first book in 1860. It was a maths book, designed to aid struggling students. The first book he wrote under the name of Lewis Carroll was Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which was published in 1865.
What is wrong with the statement 'Alice in Wonderland was written by a professor of mathematics at Oxford'?
Technically, Charles Dodgson (which is Lewis Carroll's real name) wasn't a professor, he was a lecturer. And he didn't write 'Alice in Wonderland', that is a shortened version of the book's full name, 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'.
Well im not sure what poem you are talking about, but in my own opinion i believe Lewis Carroll chose to write books such as "Alice's Adventured in Wonderland" to make up his own little world to get away from reality for a little while and simply because its fun. Hope it helped a little!
Lewis Carroll loved writing and making up games and stories to amuse his family and friends. This is why he originally wrote Alice in Wonderland. He was on a rowing trip with the three daughters of a friend, the dean of the college where he worked. He was friends with the girls too, and as he rowed he made up the story to keep them entertained. One of the girls on the trip was called… Read More
what books did lewis carroll write
At Oxford University, Lewis Carroll made friends with the new Dean's three daughters, Alice, Lorina, and Edith Liddell. They all used to enjoy taking rowing trips on the river Isis, also known as the Thames. Alice in Wonderland was originally told to Alice Liddell and her sisters by Carroll on July 4, 1862, to pass the time during a 5-mile boat ride. The story was so well loved by Alice that she asked with Carroll… Read More
There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that Lewis Carroll ever used any form of narcotic. Carroll was a very conservative and respectable gentleman and there is no reason to suppose that he used narcotics other than wishful thinking on the part of people who would like it if there were a connection between ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'' and the recreational use of drugs. He definitely wasn't crazy, either. He was a mathematician, with a… Read More
The Lidell sisters are the reason we have Alice in Wonderland stories today. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, loved to spend time around children. He would go out boating with the Lidell family and would tell the children stories. One of the Lidell children, Alice, was so fond of the stories that she convinced Charles to write them down. He began writing and the story evolved into what we know… Read More
Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) often told stories to Henry Liddell's three daughters. One of them was named Alice. Dodgson took the three girls on a picnic and told them a fairy-tale of Alice's Adventures Underground. The story was based on a previous picnic they'd had where it had rained. This story was notably one of the best he had told the children. It had actually made Alice cry. She wished for him to write out… Read More
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… Read More
when it was writen
The Walrus and the Carpenter appeared in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass in 1871. He began writing his second Alice novel in 1866 and presumably composed the poem during this five year period.
Pays des merveilles, according to the French title of "Alice in Wonderland" :-)
Apart form Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, he also wrote its sequel, Through the Looking Glass. His other novel was the two-part work, Sylvie and Bruno and Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. His other best known piece is the poem The Hunting of the Snark. Other than these he also wrote a great many poems and articles, and under his real name, Charles Dodgson, he wrote numerous texts about mathematics.
Lewis Carroll. Also, Rudyard Kipling.
Well lewis Carroll writes poems like fantasy poems and incorporates nonsence poems. im smart ur not rolf
Lewis Caroll died in 1898. Unless he can write as a ghost, the answer to your question is "no".
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Because he wanted to have a voice, be it nonsensical and strange, it was a voice, and since he was a quiet man, he needed a voice dearly. He also wrote for Alice Leddel, a young girl who he taught to play chess. Wikiowlwrite
His friend George MacDonald, asked his children to read one of his manuscripts, that would later be titled Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. The children loved it and this encouraged him to have it published. He was soon flooded with fan mail and this inspired him to continue writing.
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Because he really liked her. He liked young girls, but especially her (you could say he was a pedophile, but that does not mean that he ever did something to her. just in the true meaning of the word: pais = kid and filia = friendship/love.) Second, she asked him to write the story down.
Yes he did. In fact one of his poems were "The Walrus and the Carpenter" which was in his book, Through the Looking Glass.
Lewis Carroll is best known for his novels Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, which were children's fantasy fiction. He also wrote two less successful children's books on a similar theme. He is also famous for his poetry, which generally is also on a fantasy theme, and incorporates nonsense language. Apart form that, he wrote books on mathematics and logic under his real name, Charles Dodgson. Carroll was also a fanatical diarist… Read More