Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) was the pseudonym of English mathematician and writer Charles Lutwidge Dogson. Alice in Wonderland (1865) is one of his most famous works, a novel filled with magic and fantasy and written especially for kids.
In Alice in Wonderland, the world of the adults, the incomprehensible real world, boring and complex for children, quickly makes way for a more interesting and colourful landscape, full with strange characters and amazing adventures for Alice and her readers.
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
13 x 19 cms. – 160 p.