Dodgson

NOUN
  1. English author; Charles Dodgson was an Oxford don of mathematics who is remembered for the children's stories he wrote under the pen name Lewis Carroll (1832-1898)
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How To Use Dodgson In A Sentence

  • Both he and Taylor are scrupulous in conveying how the photographs would have looked to Dodgson's audience.
  • Here was Dodgson's archetypal beggar child, as modelled by Alice Liddell, who was six years old.
  • A second impression was issued nine months after the first and Dodgson began to plan a sequel.
  • Dodgson made a game of the sessions, so the girls may be play-acting; but the lens confers an inescapable awareness of separateness, bound up with seeing and being seen.
  • Dodgson made a game of the sessions, so the girls may be play-acting; but the lens confers an inescapable awareness of separateness, bound up with seeing and being seen.
  • As a mathematician, Dodgson was rather conservative but certainly thorough and careful.
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