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Lewis Carroll

The creator of the Alice in Wonderland stories.

He was a famous mathematician. He was a lecturer at Oxford University. And he created the Alice in Wonderland series of books. Lewis Carroll (real name, Charles Dodgson) was a fascinating man.

Charles Dodgson was born in 1832. In 1846, he went to Rugby School. After finishing school, he went to Oxford University. He graduated in mathematics in 1854, and began to work as a maths don at the university a year later. Whilst working there, he wrote and published several short stories and novels, as well as various works on mathematics. But Dodgson is most famous for his Alice in Wonderland books.

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