Alice In Wonderland author’s regret: Why Lewis Carroll hated being a literary legend

Alice In Wonderland author’s regret: Why Lewis Carroll hated being a literary legend

Relating to a previously unseen letter that will soon be auctioned author Lewis Carroll despised fame so much he wished he had never written the books about Alice’s adventures that made him a literary legend

Lewis Carroll’s life changed forever after Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland was published GETTY

Into the mid-19th century an obscure mathematician called Charles Lutwidge Dodgson penned a selection of learned works closely with titles such as for instance A Syllabus Of Plane Algebraic Geometry while the Fifth Book Of Euclid Treated Algebraically.