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  • Allie Englert

    Alice Liddell, the girl who inspired ‘Alice in Wonderland’ ‘One hundred and fifty years ago yesterday, on July 4, 1862, a young mathematician by the name of Charles Dodgson, better-known as Lewis Carroll, boarded a boat with a small group, setting out from Oxford to the nearby town of Godstow, where the group was to have tea on the river bank. The party consisted of Carroll, his friend Reverend Robinson Duckworth, and the three little sisters of Carroll’s good friend Harry Liddell—Edith (ag

  • Maille Yarwood

    The real Alice in Wonderland, c 1862. Alice Liddell (1852–1934) inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Try not to focus on his obsession with little girls.

  • Ivs

    Alice Liddell, The Real 'Alice' in Wonderland, 1858. #aliceinwonderland

  • Tiffini Thigpen

    The real Alice in Wonderland, c 1862. Alice Liddell inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Most people don't know that Caroll was a pervert, possibly even a pedophile. He had a hard time socializing with adults so he hung around young English girls and took photographs of them, some in the nude.

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“Alice Liddell (1852–1934) inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. “On 4 July 1862, in a rowing boat travelling on the Isis in Oxford for a picnic, 10-year-old Alice asked Charles Dodgson (pen name Lewis Carroll) to entertain her and her sisters, Edith (age 8) and Lorina (age 13), with a story.

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