Lewis Carroll and The Press. An Annotated Bibliography of Charles Dodgson's Contributions to Periodicals.

(New Castle): Oak Knoll, 1999,

First Edition. octavo, cloth in dust jacket. vi, 117pp. Oak Knoll, Item #6100

From the dust jacket: "The writing career of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson ('Lewis Carroll') began and ended with his contributions to periodicals. Between 1843...until his death in 1898, he published over 300 items in magazines, journals, and newspapers. For the first time these writings are fully listed, described, annotated, and indexed...This comprehensive new work not only provides bibliographical details lacking from previous studies, it describes Dodgson's letters, articles, games, mathematical problems, and stories in such a way that the scholar without access to these rare items will gain an understanding of where Dodgson stood on various subjects and of the nature of his relationship with the public through the press." Illustrated. New, without flaw.

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