Harry Furniss Quote

To have known the man was even as great a treat as to read his books. Lewis Carroll was as unlike any other man as his books were unlike any other author's books. It was a relief to meet the pure simple, innocent dreamer of children, after the selfish commercial mind of most authors.


On Lewis Carroll; p. 105. - "Confessions of a Caricaturist", vol. 1 (1901)

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To have known the man was even as great a treat as to read his books. Lewis Carroll was as unlike any other man as his books were unlike any other...

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To have known the man was even as great a treat as to read his books. Lewis Carroll was as unlike any other man as his books were unlike any other...

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To have known the man was even as great a treat as to read his books. Lewis Carroll was as unlike any other man as his books were unlike any other...

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To have known the man was even as great a treat as to read his books. Lewis Carroll was as unlike any other man as his books were unlike any other...