Lewis Carroll

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The man himself.

Real name Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, he was the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel, Through the Looking Glass, and what Alice Found There. He also wrote "Jabberwocky" and a poem depicting a practice we naturally find cruel and barbaric here. Also Sylvie and Bruno and more lesser-known works.

A popular source for the Public Domain Character and still more, the Shout-Out.

Dodgson was also a mathematician who published several works on logic. As one might expect, these are filled with Textbook Humor and nonsensical examples, illustrating the point that in logic what matters is the form of propositions and not their content.

He also had a hobby of photographing little girls nude. [1]

Works by Lewis Carroll with their own trope pages include:

Lewis Carroll provides examples of the following tropes: