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    John Tenniel's white rabbit – the shading, the intricate lines of cross-hatching, the folds of the sleeve – was one of the reasons I became an illustrator, writes Chris Riddell
    January 11, 2014

    My hero: Sir John Tenniel by Chris Riddell

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