Lewis Carroll (1832-1898), born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, was an English author known for writing ‘nonsense literature’. 'Alice in Wonderland' is his most famous work. In this novel, the ordinary life of Alice takes an extraordinary turn when she decides to follow a white rabbit down a rabbit hole. There she finds an alternate world filled with fantastic characters and their out-of-the-world nature. Her curious mind is immediately excited to find more about this fascinating world.
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