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The Examined Life

Defending Lewis Carroll

By Joshua Glenn
May 16, 2004

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IN RECENT YEARS Lewis Carroll has become as famous for taking cheesecake photos of young girls as for penning "Alice in Wonderland." But according to Will Brooker, an associate professor of communications at the American International University in London and author of the new book "Alice's Adventures: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture" (Continuum), this image of the real-life Charles Dodgson ... (Full Article: 283 Words)

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