Famous AuthorsBy: Emma Dardis
 Carroll lived through the years 1832-1898 he  was born as Charles Lutwidge Dodgson on  January 27th 1832. He was one of...
 Some   of his most famous writings were Alice  in Wonderland. (proper title is Alices  Adventures in Wonderland) Throug...
 There were two brothers John (1827-1905) And Edmund (1833-1889) they were known for writing childrens books. They als...
 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, Christia...
 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 Eli...
 Some  of her most famous books are: Middle March Adam Brede and The Mill on The Floss
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  1. 1. Famous AuthorsBy: Emma Dardis
  2. 2.  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.
  3. 3.  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.
  4. 4.  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.
  5. 5.  Some of their most famous books were Puss in Boots Red Riding Hood Curly Locks and Cinderella
  6. 6.  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.
  7. 7.  Some books that Hughes worked on are: Alfred the Great Tom Brown’s School Days and Tom Brown at Oxford
  8. 8.  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.
  9. 9.  Some of her most famous books are: Middle March Adam Brede and The Mill on The Floss

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