Carroll lived through the years 1832-1898 he was born as Charles Lutwidge Dodgson on January 27th 1832. He was one of the most famous authors in the Victorian time period. Carroll was not just an author but also an Anglican Deacon, photographer, mathematician and a logician.
Some of his most famous writings were Alice in Wonderland. (proper title is Alices Adventures in Wonderland) Through the Looking Glass (the sequel of Alice in Wonderland) and one of his poems called The Jabberwocky.
There were two brothers John (1827-1905) And Edmund (1833-1889) they were known for writing childrens books. They also made picture books, linen books, puzzles, games and paper dolls.
Some of their most famous books were Puss in Boots Red Riding Hood Curly Locks and Cinderella
Hughes (1857-1893) was an active social and political reformer. He was involved in causes like trade unionism, Christian Socialism and the co- operative movement for more than eight years.
Some books that Hughes worked on are: Alfred the Great Tom Brown’s School Days and Tom Brown at Oxford
The author was born on November 22, 1819 and died December 22, 1880. Her real name was Mary Anne but used George Eliot as her pen name. She started work as a sub editor at “Westminster Review’s.” This is what got her into the writing business.
Some of her most famous books are: Middle March Adam Brede and The Mill on The Floss