Place of publication London, unless stated otherwise. Detailed bibliographical information will also be found in the appropriate volume of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.
|By C. L. Dodgson|
|By Lewis Carroll|
|Diaries and Letters:|
|Biographical and Critical Studies:|
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WRITINGS OF LEWIS CARROLL [CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON, M.A.], by S. H. Williams (1924) — the pioneer bibliography, still of value.
A LIST OF THE WRITINGS OF LEWIS CARROLL . . . Collected by M. L. Parrish. Privately printed, Philadelphia (1928) —catalogue of the collection of M. L. Parrish of Philadelphia, now in the Princeton University Library.
A HANDBOOK OF THE LITERATURE OF THE REV. C. L. DODGSON [LEWIS CARROLL], by S. H. Williarns and F. Madan (1931) —for thirty years the standard bibliography. A supplement was issued in 1935.
THE LEWIS CARROLL HANDBOOK. A new version of the preceding: revised, augmented, and brought up to date by R. L. Green (1902).
THE HARCOURT AMORY COLLECTION OF LEWIS CARROLL IN THE HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY, compiled by F. V. Livingston. Privately printed, Cambridge, Mass. (1932).
'Lewis Carroll's Periodical Publications', by R. L. Green. Notes and Queries, March 1954.
THE COLLECTED VERSE OF LEWIS CARROLL (1932) —with illustrations by Sir J. Tenniel, A. B. Frost, H. Holiday, H. Furniss, and the author.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL, with an Introduction by A Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel. New York (1937) —incomplete but useful.
THE LEWIS CARROLL PICTURE BOOK, ed. S. D. Collingwood (1899) —an entertaining miscellany. The sub-title reads: 'A Selection from the Unpublished Writings and Drawings of Lewis Carroll, together with Reprints from Scarce and Unacknowledged Work'. The selection includes some of his photographs and letters, and reminiscences of him. Re-issued as a paperback under the title Diversions and Digressions of Lewis Carroll, 1961.
FURTHER NONSENSE VERSE AND PROSE, by Lewis Carroll, ed. L. Reed, illustrated by H. M. Bateman (1926) —a sequel (hence the misleading title) to Nonsense Verse: An Anthology, compiled by the same editor.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND, THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, ETC., with introduction by E. Rhys (1929) —useful selection of the works, including Phantasmagoria, A Tangled Tale, The Hunting of the Snark, and Carroll's own illustrations to Alice.
FOR THE TRAIN Lewis Carrolls contributions to The Train, 1856-7. Preface by H. J. Schonfield (1932) —contains excerpts from his other writings on the subject of trains.
THE RUSSIAN JOURNAL AND OTHER SELECTIONS, ed. J. F. McDermott. New York (1935).
THE HUMOROUS VERSES OF LEWIS CARROLL, with Illustrations by John Tenniel, ed. J. E. Morpurgo (1950).
THE RECTORY UMBRELLA AND MISCHMASCH (1932) —the last two of Lewis Carroll's manuscript magazines, published in full with a foreword by F. Milner.
USEFUL AND INSTRUCTIVE POETRY (1954) —the earliest of the manuscript magazines, with an introduction by D. Hudson.
ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, with forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel (1865) —the author stopped the publication of the first edition because he was dissatisfied with its production, and in consequence barely more than a dozen copies have survived. There was a second edition in 1860. Apart from the Bible, few books have been more translated (in whole or in part) than Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Only French, Italian, German and Danish complete translations appeared in the author's lifetime.
PHANTASMAGORIA AND OTHER POEMS (1869).
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE, with fifty illustrations by John Tenniel (1872) —translated into German, 1923, and French, 1949.
SOME POPULAR FALLACIES ABOUT VIVISECTION. Oxford (1875).
THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK, with nine illustrations by H. Holiday (1876) —translated into French by Louis Aragon, 1929.
AN EASTER GREETING TO EVERY CHILD WHO LOVES ALICE . Oxford (1876).
DOUBLETS: A WORD-PUZZLE (1879).
RHYME? AND REASON? With sixty-five illustrations by A. B. Frost and nine by H. Holiday (1883).
A TANGLED TALE, with six illustrations by A. B. Frost (1885).
ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDER GROUND (1886) —a facsimile of the original MS book (now in the British Museum) afterwards developed into Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, with thirty-seven illustrations by the author. Reissued, 1965.
THE GAME OF LOGIC (1886).
THE NURSERY ALICE (1889) —contains twenty coloured enlargements from Tenniel's illustrations with the ten 'adapted to nursery readers'. A delightful effort, too little known.
SYLVIE AND BRUNO, with forty-six illustrations by H. Furniss (1889).
CIRCULAR BILLIARDS FOR TWO PLAYERS (1890).
EIGHT OR NINE WISE WORDS ABOUT LETTER-WRITING(1890) —issued with the 'Wonderful Stamp Case' in a pink envelope containing both.
SYLVIE AND BRUNO CONCLUDED, with forty-six illustrations by H. Furniss (1893).
SYZYGLES AND LANRICK: A WORD-PUZZLE AND A GAME FOR TWO PLAYERS (1893).
SYMBOLIC LOGIC: PART 1. ELEMENTARY (1896).
THREE SUNSETS AND OTHER POEMS, with twelve drawings by E. G. Thomson (1898).
FEEDING THE MIND (1907) —a lecture delivered in October, 1884, with a prefatory note by W. H. Draper.
A SYLLABUS OF PLAIN ALGEBRAICAL GEOMETRY. Oxford (1860).
THE FORMULAE OF PLANE TRIGONOMETRY. Oxford (1861).
A GUIDE TO THE MATHEMATICAL STUDENT: PART 1, PURE MATHEMATICS. Oxford (1864).
CONDENSATION OF DETERMINANTS (1866).
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON DETERMINANTS (1867).
THE FIFTH BOOK OF EUCLID. Oxford and London (1868).
EUCLID, BOOK V. Oxford (1874).
EUCLID AND HIS MODERN RIVALS (1879).
EUCLID, BOOKS I AND 11, edited by Charles L. Dodgson, M.A. (1882).
LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENTS (1883).
THE PRINCIPLES OF Parliamentary REPRESENTATION (1884).
SUPPLEMENT TO EUCLID AND HIS MODERN RIVALS (1885).
SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE ELECTION OF PROCTORS. Oxford (1886).
CURIOSA MATHEMATICA PART 1. A NEW THEORY OF PARALLELS (1888).
CURIOSA MATHEMATICA PART 11. PILLOW-PROBLEMS (1893).
RULES FOR COURT CIRCULAR: (A New Game of Cards for Two or More Players.) Place of publication unknown (1860).
AN INDEX TO IN MEMORIAM (1862) —suggested and edited by Dodgson but chiefly compiled by one or more of his sisters.
CROQUET CASTLES. Place of publication unknown. (1863) —an elaborate variation of the game of croquet for five players.
THE NEW METHOD OF EVALUATION AS APPLIED TO PI Oxford (1865).
THE DYNAMICS OF A PARTICLE. Oxford (1865).
CASTLE-CROQUET. OXFORD(1866) —a revision of Croquet Castles for four players.
THE ELECTIONS TO THE HEBDOMADAL COUNCIL. Oxford (1866).
THE DESERTED PARKS. Oxford (1867) —a parody of Goldsmith's Deserted village, attacking a proposal that the University Parks at Oxford should be used in part for College cricket grounds. The proposal was rejected.
THE OFFER OF THE CLARENDON TRUSTEES. Oxford (1868) — an amusing jeu d'esprit on the subject of providing opportunities at the New Museum for mathematical calculations.
THE NEW BELFRY OF CHRIST CHURCH. Oxford (1872).
THE VISION OF THE THREE T'S. Oxford (1873) —these two items are both skits on proposals for architectural alterations at Christ Church.
THE BLANK CHEQUE. Oxford (1874) —a clever fable, with the University as Mrs Nivers, based on a proposal to authorize the building of the new Examination Schools before any plan or estimate had been prepared.
NOTES BY AN OXFORD CHIEL. Oxford (1874) —reprints of six of Dodgson's anonymous Oxford pieces.
WORD-LINKS—a word-game. Oxford (1878).
MlSCHMASCH—a word-game. Oxford (1882).
TWELVE MONTHS IN A CURATORSHIP: BY ONE WEIO HAS TRIED IT. Oxford (1884).
SUPPLEMENT TO TWELVE MONTHS IN A CURATORSHIP . Oxford (1884).
THREE YEARS IN A CURATORSHIP: BY ONE WHOM IT HAS TRIED. Oxford (1886).
A POSTAL PROBLEM. Place of publication unknown (1891).
CURIOSISSIMA CURATORIA. Oxford (1892).
TOUR IN 1867 BY C. L. DODGSON. Privately printed. Philadelphia (1928). —the diary of a trip to Russia in 1867 with Dr H. P. Liddon. From the MS in the Parrish Collection.
A SELECTION FROM THE LETTERS OF LEWIS CARROLL TO HIS CHILD-FRIENDS ed. E. M. Hatch (1933).
THE DIARIES OF LEWIS CARROLL, ed. R. L. Green. 2 vols. (1953). Note. The originals of Dodgson's numerous letters to his publishers, Macmillans, were sold in London in 1957 and are now in the U.S.A.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF LEWIS CARROLL (REV. C. L. DODGSON), by S. D. Collingwood (1898).
THE STORY OF LEWIS CARROLL, by I. Bowman (1899).
CONFESSIONS OF A CARICATURIST, by H. Furniss. 2 vols. (1901).
THE POETRY OF NONSENSE, by E. Carnmaerts (1925).
'Lewis Carroll', by W. de la Mare (1932) —this essay originally appeared in The Eighteen-Eighties, ed. W. de la Mare, 1930.
'Alice's Recollections of Cartollian Days, by C. Hargreaves, The Cornhill Magazine, July 1932.
THE LIFE OF LEWIS CARROLL, by L. Reed (1932).
THE LEWIS CARROLL CENTENARY IN LONDON 1932, ed. F. Madan (1932).
'Alice in Wonderland Psycho-Analysed' by A. M. E. Goldschmidt, New Oxford Outlook, May 1933.