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KIRKUS REVIEW

An anthology of Lewis Carroll, containing the familiar works and a great many little-known pamphlets, verse, shorter pieces of various kinds, material known for the most part to collectors, rather than the general public. Uneven, yes, but fun to read, to dip into here and there. Not a book likely to set a high water mark of quick sales, but a volume that public libraries will surely want, and that should be good for the long haul, and occasional sales.

Pub Date: Oct. 19th, 1934
Publisher: Putnam