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Top 40 Book Club : 2012
41 ThE ALICE BEhInD wOnDERLAnD SIMoN WINcHeSteR When Charles Dodgson befriended the Liddle family in 1856, a historical moment in literature was about to be made. Dodgson, who wrote under the pseudonym of Lewis Carroll, took a special interest in Alice Liddle who went on to become the basis for the character in Alice in Wonderland. Winchester shares Dodgson’s books, diaries and photographs to tell the story of how Alice came to be created in fiction and looks at the relationship he shared with the Liddle family. This is an engaging read and gives you a fascinating insight into Dodgson’s world.