Lg. Roy 8vo, XV, 533pp. Hardcover, black cloth boards with d/w in excellent condition, protected by clear archival covering text in excellent condition, with a neat prior owner’s name on ffep. A portrait of Carroll’s accomplishments whereby Cohen brings a singular expertise drawn from thirty years’ scholarship on Charles Dodgson. Probably the definitive work on this famous author who as a reserved Victorian maths don, whilst on a boating trip with some little girls, invented a story about Alice that has arguably changed our culture and has never gone out of print and been translated into every spoken language in the world.