All in the golden afternoon the poem all in the golden afternoon is not a parody but was entirely made up by carroll himself there are several noteworthy elements in it though the poem tells the story of how alices adventures in wonderland came to be carroll told it during a boat trip to alice and her sisters. In the victorian era children had to learn many moralizing poems by heartcarroll altered some of these once very familiar verses for the alice books of course to the amusement of the liddell sisters unfortunately these poems are hardly remembered nowadays so the fun of the parody has disappeared for the greater part. Although lewis carroll is best known for his classic childrens books and creating the wonderful world of wonderland he also wrote nonsense poetry here is our edit of our favourite lewis carroll poems from alices adventures in wonderland and through the looking glass the crocodile how doth the little crocodile improve his shining tail. Alice in wonderland 1903 alice in wonderland 1915 alice in wonderland 1931 alice in wonderland 1933 alice in wonderland 1966 dreamchild 1985 alice 1988 alice in wonderland 1999 alice in wonderland 2010. Alice in wonderland poetry lewis carroll poems 1832 1898 lewis carrolls actual name was charles lutwidge dodgson lewis carroll was the name he published under his most famous books were alices adventures in wonderland and through the looking glass the sequel to alice in wonderland
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