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Alice in Wonderland: The Original Publication

The Original Publication

Charles Dodgson's Handwritten Manuscript

Charles Dodgson wrote under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll

Alice's Adventures Under Ground: being a facsimile of the original manuscript book afterwards developed into Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

 

Illustration hand drawn by Lewis Carroll

"The Mouse's Tale" Hand Drawn by Lewis Carroll

The Story of Lewis Carroll by Isaiah Bowman

John Tenniel's Original Illustrations

The Nursery "Alice"

by Lewis Carroll and Illustrated by John Tenniel

 

The Annotated Alice: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass

by Lewis Carroll and Illustrated by John Tenniel

Tenniel's illustrations had subtle political allusions.  See the left hand column in the image above for an explanation of Tenniel's use of satire.

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