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Хурматуллина Карина Рифовна
Номинация: Персона века
“ Льюис Кэрролл ”
Выполнила: Хурматуллина Карина
Рифовна
Код специальности:
2.9.02.04
специальность: “Конструирование и
моделирование швейных изделий”
Курс 2
группа КМ-213
Руководитель: Резепина Наталия
Муллагалеевна
The table of contents:
1.
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
2. Mathematical work
3. The birth of pseudonym: Lewis
Carroll
4. Artistic activities
5. Later years
6. My opinion
7. Sources
1. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson,
best known by his pseudonym,
Lewis Carroll, was born in the
village of Daresbury, England, on
January 27, 1832. The eldest boy in
a family of 11 children. His father,
a clergyman, raised them in the
rectory.
As a boy, Carroll excelled in
mathematics and won many
academic prizes. At age 20, he
was awarded a studentship
(called a scholarship in other
colleges) to Christ College.
2. Mathematical work
Within the academic discipline
of mathematics, Dodgson worked
primarily in the fields of
geometry, linear and matrix
algebra, mathematical logic, and
recreational
mathematics,
producing nearly a dozen books
under his real name. Some of this
work was not published until
well after his death. His
occupation
as
Mathematical
Lecturer at Christ Church gave
him some financial security.
3. The birth of pseudonym: Lewis Carroll
This pseudonym was chosen by editor Edmund Yates
from a list of four submitted by Dodgson . It was a play
on his real name. In 1856, he published his first piece of
work under the name that would make him famous. A
romantic poem called "Solitude" appeared in “The Train”
under the authorship of "Lewis Carroll".
4. Artistic activities
Among adults Carroll was reserved, but he did not
avoid their company as some reports have stated. He
attended the theater frequently and was absorbed by
photography and writing. After taking up photography in
1856, he soon found that his favorite subjects were
children and famous people, including English poet Alfred
Lord Tennyson (1809–1892), Italian painter and poet D. G.
Rossetti (1828–1882), and English painter John Millais (1829–
1896). Helmut Gernsheim wrote of Carroll's photographs of
children, "He achieves an excellence which in its way can
find no peer." Though photography was mostly a hobby,
Carroll spent a great deal of time on it until 1880.
Some photography by Lewis Carroll
Some photography by Lewis Carroll
Most famous books by Lewis Carroll
In 1856 Carroll met Alice Liddell, the
four-year-old daughter of the head of
Christ Church. During the next few
years Carroll often made up stories
for Alice and her sisters. In July 1862,
while picnicking with the Liddell girls,
Alice asked him to write the story out
for her. He did so, calling it ”Alice’s
Adventures under Ground”. After
some changes, this work was
published
in
1865
as
”Alice's
Adventures in Wonderland” with
illustrations
by
John
Tenniel.
Beautiful illustration for “Alice’s Adventures in
Wonderland” by John Tenniel
Beautiful illustration for “Alice’s Adventures in
Wonderland” by John Tenniel
Most famous books by Lewis Carroll
Encouraged by the book's
success, Carroll wrote a second
volume, “Through the Looking
Glass and What Alice Found
There”(1872). Based on the chess
games Carroll played with the
Liddell children, it included material
he had written before he knew
them.
The
first
section
of
"Jabberwocky," for example, was
written in 1855. More of Carroll's
famous Wonderland characterssuch as Humpty Dumpty, the White
Knight and Tweedledum appear in
this work than in Alice in
Wonderland.
Most famous books by Lewis Carroll
Little Alice Liddell
Unlike most of the children's
books of the day, Alice and
Through the Looking Glass did not
attempt to convey obvious moral
lessons. Nor did they contain what
critics have tried to insist are there
hidden meanings relating to
religion or politics. They are
delightful adventure stories in
which
a
normal,
healthy,
clearheaded little girl reacts to the
"reality" of the adult world. Their
appeal to adults as well as to
children lies in Alice's intelligent
response to ridiculous language
and action.
Most famous books by Lewis Carroll
In
1876,
Dodgson
produced his next great
work “The Hunting of the
Snark”,
a
fantastical
"nonsense"
poem
exploring the adventures
of a bizarre crew of
tradesmen
and
one
beaver, who set off to find
the Snark. Painter Dante
Gabriel Rossetti reputedly
became convinced that the
poem was about him.
5. Later years
Dodgson's
existence
remained little changed over
the remaining twenty years of
his
life,
throughout
his
growing wealth and fame. He
continued to teach at Christ
Church
until
1881,
and
remained in residence there
until his death. The two
volumes of his last novel
“Sylvie and Bruno” were
published in 1889 and 1893, but
the intricacy of this work was
apparently not appreciated
by contemporary readers.
Later years
The only known occasion
on which he travelled abroad
was a trip to Russia in 1867 as
an ecclesiastic, together with
the Reverend Henry Liddon.
He
died
of
pneumonia
following
influenza
on
14 January 1898 at his sisters'
home, "The Chestnuts", in
Guildford. He was two weeks
away from turning 66 years
old. He is buried in Guildford
at the Mount Cemetery.
6. My opinion
I think Lewis Carroll was an extraordinary
personality. Every time when you know more
about him you wonder again and again. He was a
great English author, professor of mathematics,
photographer, artist, logician and even Anglican
deacon. That’s why I think his biography worthy of
our attention. He wrote a magnificent book–
“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” which is
infinite puzzle for many generations. Reading this
book you're falling into the rabbit hole with Alice
to meet adventures and to find the simple answers
on the difficult questions.
Thanks for your attention, I hope you've enjoyed!
7. Sources
1. http://www.biography.com/p
eople/lewis-carroll-9239598
2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki
/Lewis_Carroll
3. http://www.notablebiograph
ies.com/Ca-Ch/CarrollLewis.html
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