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The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll. Edited by Christopher Morgan

Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, "Lewis Carroll," was not only the author of the beloved Alice tales but an inveterate and talented creator of puzzles and games in both the recreational mathematics and wordplay fields. Collected together for the first time in this book, his charming and humorous creations... More


The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll. edited by Francine Abeles

In the history of mathematics, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832–1898), better known as Lewis Carroll, stands out as the rare mathematician who also was an exceptional literary figure.In The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll, each volume of a projected six volumes deals with a particular aspect of his work.... More


The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll

Charles L. Dodgson’s publications on political subjects offer a very different view of Lewis Carroll, the man made famous by his "Alice" books. Better known for whimsical and nonsense writings, Dodgson wrote on the entire spectrum of voting theory, applying it to issues of local governance at... More


The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll

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The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll

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