Lewis Carroll

  • He was born in the little parish of Daresbury (Manchester)

    His parents are Frances Jane Lutwidge and the Rev. Charles Dodgson. He had 3 brothers and 7 sisters.
  • His family moved to the Croft Rectory in Richmond shire, North Yorkshire.

    In this place they didn't have much contact with outside the world.
  • Lewis Carroll went to the Rugby School.

    This was a very difficult time for him.
  • He left Rugby at the end of this year

    He dislike public school, because he was very shy. Also suffered serious illness.
  • Lewis Carroll enrolled into Christ Church College, Oxford.

    He spent the rest of his life here as a student and teacher.
    Lewis began matemathics studies.
  • His mother died

    His mother was die of "inflammation of the brain" – perhaps meningitis or a stroke – at the age of forty-seven.
  • Lewis finished the studies and tought mathematics at Oxford.

  • Dogson first took up photography.

  • Lewis Carroll receives his master's degree from Oxford.

  • He write his firts book of maths.

  • He went with Alice and her sisters to the river in Godstow

    He think started the first part of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland after visited this place.
  • The book "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" was finally published under HIS authorship.

  • His first work, a romantic poem 'Solitude' was published under his name.

  • Dodgson travels to Russia.

    His journal of the voyage is published posthumously as Russian Journal.
  • His father die

  • A sequel of the book was published as "Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There.

  • He publish The Hunting of the Snark

  • He inspite to create the new story: Snark Hunting

    He meet Gertrude Chattaway, inspire you to create the protagonist of Snark Hunting
  • He writed a book of maps: Euclid and his modern rivals

  • Lewis Carroll abandoned the photography.

  • He wrote last historical novel "Sylvie and Bruno".

  • Dodgson published his last important book: Symbolic Logic.

  • Lewis Carroll Died at his sisters' house

    Lewis Carrollwas die at his sisters' home, "The Chestnuts" in Guildford, of pneumonia following influenza. He was 2 weeks away from turning 66 years old. He is buried in Guildford at the Mount Cemetery.
    He was buried in Cementiri de Guildford, England.