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Here's a tricky one. On about the third page of chapter two, Alice starts speaking out some bizarre equations...
"Let me see: four times five is twelve, and four times six is thirteen, and four times seven is -- oh dear! I shall never get to twenty... more
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How Is a Raven Like a Writing Desk?
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During the Tea Party, the Alice is asked how a Raven is like a Writing desk. Carrol never answers his own riddle. The answer is "Poe wrote on both".
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Ok, this one is a bit deep, but here goes:
Some of you may have known that Charles Dodgeson (the author) created these stories for the Liddell sisters (three of them) as they rowed the Thames (one of them was named Alice, hence the name). Anyway, if... more
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A Study in Logic
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Lewis Carroll, a.k.a.Charles Dodgeson, was a mathmatician. The riddles in the book are math problems, that can all be solved using logic equations(P>Q).
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