A portrait of the author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), author of Alice in Wonderland, from 1863 when he was 31 years old
RM2HM6F30A portrait of the author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), author of Alice in Wonderland, from 1863 when he was 31 years old
London, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit:  Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
RMDX5AHELondon, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit: Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
A portrait of the author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), author of Alice in Wonderland, from 1863 when he was 31 years old
RM2HM6F32A portrait of the author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), author of Alice in Wonderland, from 1863 when he was 31 years old
1837 c : The celebrated writer, mathematician and photographer LEWIS CARROLL ( real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson , Daresbury, Cheshire 1832 - Guildfo
RM2ATYTM01837 c : The celebrated writer, mathematician and photographer LEWIS CARROLL ( real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson , Daresbury, Cheshire 1832 - Guildfo
A portrait of the author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), author of Alice in Wonderland, from 1857 when he was 25 years old
RM2HM6F2YA portrait of the author Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), author of Alice in Wonderland, from 1857 when he was 25 years old
GUILDFORD SURREY UK June The former home of Lewis Carroll real name Rev Charles Dodgson
RMA6XAMTGUILDFORD SURREY UK June The former home of Lewis Carroll real name Rev Charles Dodgson
London, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit:  Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
RMDX5AHALondon, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit: Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
1837 c : The celebrated writer, mathematician and photographer LEWIS CARROLL ( real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson , Daresbury, Cheshire 1832 - Guildford , Surrey 1898 ) in a self-portrait , author of ' Alice in Wonderland ' ( 1865 ) - SCRITTORE - MATEMATICO - FOTOGRAFO - autoritratto - collar - colletto - tie - cravatta papillon - LETTERATURA per l' infanzia - LITERATURE for children - letterato  ----  Archivio GBB
RM2D99R3W1837 c : The celebrated writer, mathematician and photographer LEWIS CARROLL ( real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson , Daresbury, Cheshire 1832 - Guildford , Surrey 1898 ) in a self-portrait , author of ' Alice in Wonderland ' ( 1865 ) - SCRITTORE - MATEMATICO - FOTOGRAFO - autoritratto - collar - colletto - tie - cravatta papillon - LETTERATURA per l' infanzia - LITERATURE for children - letterato ---- Archivio GBB
London, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit:  Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
RMDX5AHJLondon, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit: Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
London, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit:  Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
RMDX5AHKLondon, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit: Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
London, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit:  Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
RMDX5AHWLondon, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit: Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
London, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit:  Nick Savage/Alamy Live News
RMDX5AHBLondon, UK, 18 March 2014. The letter from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll (under his real name Charles Dodgson) to a friend complaining about the drawbacks of fame goes under the hammer and is expected to fetch £3,000-£4,000. In the letter, Carroll says he hated publicity so intensely that 'sometimes I almost wish I had never written any books at all'. The Bonhams' Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Historical Photographs auction takes place on 19 March 2014. Credit: Nick Savage/Alamy Live News