10 Best Books of Lewis Carroll: Immersing ourselves in the bewitching world of Lewis Carroll, we find ourselves effortlessly entranced.
Unveiling a world beyond ordinary understanding, ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ is a testament to the imaginative prowess of Lewis Carroll.
Delving into a fantastical world reflected in her mirror, Alice embarks on another extraordinary journey.
n this delightful nonsense poem, ten eccentric characters embark on a quest for the elusive Snark.
Lewis Carroll’s “Phantasmagoria and Other Poems” (1869) mesmerizes readers with its whimsical and imaginative verses.
This captivating book immerses readers in a world where fantasy intertwines with reality.
Within its pages lies a collection of interconnected mathematical puzzles and stories, woven together with Carroll’s signature wit and charm.
Carroll, renowned for his whimsical tales like “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” takes a different approach in this non-fiction work.
The 1893 book “Sylvie and Bruno Concluded” is the final installment in Lewis Carroll’s whimsical and enchanting series.
Carroll introduces readers to the captivating world of logical puzzles and paradoxes.
In 1879, Lewis Carroll published a thought-provoking book that challenged the conventional teachings of Euclidean geometry.