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Carroll and Dodgson

Af Evelyn Waugh (2003)
It is easy to see why [Sylvie and Bruno and Sylvie and Bruno Concluded] failed to achieve the fame of Alice. They are wholly different in temper and only the explicit statements of the author's preface and of certain apostrophes in the text can convince the reader that they were ever intended for children. The main story, in which the fanciful passages are embedded, is a typical Victorian novel... ...