Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by his pseudonym Lewis Carroll, was born in England in 1832. At an early age Dodgson showed excellent skills in mathematics, and at age 20 we was offered a scholarship to Christ College where he later graduated and become a teacher. Aside from teaching mathematics Dodgson enjoyed photographing, game playing and telling amazing weird stories which led him to write one of the best know children books all over the world: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

After the success with the first book, Dodgson wrote a sequel: Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. The sequel never gained as much popularity as the first book but is still a masterpiece of nonsense.

Dodgson kept teaching at the Christ College even after is success with his first book. He even took up photographing again after he decided to take a break from that and teaching while he was writing.

Charles Lutwidge Dodgson died in his sister’s home in 1898.