Media-shy Alice in Wonderland writer Lewis Carroll lamented his fame, and he put his frustration into words. USC Libraries recently purchased a coveted letter written by the author about his unwanted celebrity, adding it to the G. Edward Cassady, M.D., and Margaret Elizabeth Cassady, R.N., Lewis Carroll Collection, housed in the Doheny Library.
A ‘Curious’ Glimpse Inside Wonderland
Doheny Library unveils a new exhibit honoring the works of Lewis Carroll. The author’s fans will find a first-edition copy of ‘Alice’s Adventures’ and 'Through the Looking-Glass.'
Lewis Carroll Inspires Wonderland Wins
In its second year, the USC Wonderland Award encourages interest and scholarship in the works of the British author who sent young Alice ‘Through the Looking Glass.’
Puzzler wins Wonderland Award
USC graduate student Andrew Woodham took first prize in the ninth annual USC Libraries Wonderland Award competition for “A Reflection on Lewis Carroll.”
Peyton Place Finds a Home at USC Libraries
For generations of soap opera fans, the mere mention of Port Charles, Genoa City, Llanview, Oakdale or Pine Valley conjures memories of intrigue, infidelity and blackmail.