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Identifier: cyclopaediaengli03cham
Title: Chambers’s cyclopaedia of English literature : a history critical and biographical of authors in the English tongue from the earliest times till the present day, with specimens of their writing
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871 Patrick, David, 1849-1914
Subjects: English literature Authors, English English literature
Publisher: London : W. & R. Chambers
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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enson (in the National Review,February 1895), and Mrs Meynell (in the 2ew Review, February1895)- WALTER RALEIGH. Charles Liit^ridjfc Dod^^soii (1833-98), be-loved by English children as Lewis Carroll, wasthe son of the vicar of Daresbury in Runcornparish, Cheshire ; and, passing from Rugby toChrist Church, 0.ford, he graduated B.A. in 1854 with a first-class in mathematics. Elected astudent of his college, he took orders in 1861, andfrom 1855 to 1881 was mathematical lecturer. Inhis own name he published a series of useful andeven iinportant mathematical works, begun withbooks on algebraical geometry and trigonometryin i860, and continued in 1867-96 by works onDeterminants^ Euclid and his Modern Ri7>alSyCuriosa Mathemaiica, and Symbolic Logic. Tracesof a mathematical mind may also be found in thewonderfully difterent half of his literary activitycredited to Lewis Carroll. He was extremelypunctilious in preserving the distinction betweenDodgson the mathematical college don and the

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CHARLES LUTWIICI. JxiDGSGN.From a Photograph by Hills & Saunders. Lewis Carroll whose works overflowed with fun,,nonsense, humour, and the imaginary creationsdear to children. Lewis Carroll never quiteequalled again the genial creator of Alice, hisfirst triumph ; Alices Adventures in Wonderland(1865), with its continuation Through the Looking-glass (1872), and its illustrations by Tenniel, hasbecome a nursery classic, and been translatedinto most of the languages of Europe. To the Lewis Carroll series belong also Phantasmagoria(1869), Hunting of the Snark (1876), Doublets (1879),Rhyme? and Reason? (1883; new ed. 1897), ATangled Tale (1886), Game of Logic (1887), andSylvie and Bruno (1889-93)—the latter in placespositively tedious. Mr S. D. Collingwood pub-lished his Life and Letters in 1898, and The L^ewisCarroll Picture Book in 1899. Charles Iladdoii Spurgeoii (1834-92), bornat Kelvedon in Essex, in 1849 became usher ina school at Newmarket, and in 1854 pastor ofthe New Park St

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