By Lewis Carroll

Annotated and illustrated. caliber will be retail.

CONTENTS:
The Novels
ALICE'S ADVENTURES below GROUND
ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS
SYLVIE AND BRUNO
SYLVIE AND BRUNO CONCLUDED

The brief Stories
A TANGLED TALE
BRUNO'S REVENGE AND different STORIES
WHAT THE TORTOISE stated TO ACHILLES

The Poetry Collections
EARLY VERSE
PROLOGUES TO PLAYS
COLLEGE RHYMES AND NOTES by way of AN OXFORD CHIEL
PHANTASMAGORIA AND different POEMS
THE looking OF THE SNARK
THREE SUNSETS AND different POEMS
PUZZLES FROM WONDERLAND
ACROSTICS, INSCRIPTIONS AND different VERSES

The Poems
LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

Selected Mathematical Works
SYMBOLIC LOGIC
THE online game OF LOGIC
THE ALPHABET CIPHER
FEEDING THE MIND

The Biographies
THE existence AND LETTERS OF LEWIS CARROLL by way of STUART DODGSON COLLINGWOOD
LEWIS CARROLL IN WONDERLAND AND AT domestic via BELLE MOSES
THE tale OF LEWIS CARROLL by way of ISA BOWMAN

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