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Lewis Carroll is known to many as being a mystery to all who read his books and knew him Lewis Carrolls Childhood and Schooling On January 27 1832 Lewis Carroll born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson was born into Northern English with Iris connections family in Cheshire England His grandfather also named Charles Dodgson had advanced through the ranks of the Anglican High Church His grandfather died in 1803 when Lewis Carrolls father and uncle were babies In the Dodgson family Carroll was the oldest boy but already the third child of a four and a half year marriage In the end there were seven girls and four boys in the Dodgson family His mother Frances June Lutwidge as his fathers first cousin Lewis Carroll carried a gene of being a smart full of feelings child In his elementary school years Carroll was taught at home In his schooling agenda Carroll was reading The Pilgrims Progress at age seven Carroll got severely sick hen he was five He was naturally left handed but suffered sever mind trauma Lewis Carrolls Education Lewis Carroll as sent away at age twelve He was sent to a private school at nearby Richmond named Danbury where he settled in nicely Unfortunately in 1845 Carrolls family moved away to Rugby school which furthered his education There he wasnt as happy as he was at the private school Lewis Carroll was only at Rugby for to days when he received a devastating telegram from home His mother had died from inflammation of the brain which as a stroke at the age of forty-seven Dr C Sharper 56 This motivated Carroll to work harder and achieve higher Lewis Carroll failed to have a scholarship but instead he had a mathematician major on him the Christ High Church College Oxford University He retained this for the rest of his life There he took his bachelors and masters degrees was ordained a
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