|Charles Lutwidge Dodgson|
January 27, 1832
January 14, 1898
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Coined as the "Liddell Riddle", the exact nature of Dodgson's relationship with the Liddell sisters, which would culminate in the sudden suspension of amicable relations between Dodgson and the Liddell family at the behest of the children's mother in 1863, has been a subject of debate for many years.
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In a Memory that was found in the Mysterious East, Alice's sister Elizabeth proclaimed that he was a clumsy sailor and if it were not for her grabbing the oars, she and Dodgson would have crashed into a riverbank.
- American McGee believes that if Lewis Carroll ever saw the Alice series, he would "probably freak and run out of the room." Then when someone explained to him that computers "weren't the work of Satan... imagine he might be pleased."
- It is possible that Angus Bumby's attraction and predatory behavior towards Elizabeth Liddell  were inspired by the "Liddell Riddle". Though four of thirteen diaristic volumes written by Dodgson have been lost since his death, it is evident that Lorina, the eldest sister, was the primary subject of Dodgson's writings featuring the Liddells from 1862 onwards. This is reflected through Bumby's obsession with Elizabeth Liddell, who herself was the eldest daughter of the fictional Liddell family.
- Dodgson may have been the anonymous sender of the Liddell family portrait that Alice received after leaving Rutledge, since he was an acquaintance of the Liddell family and had apparent friendly relations with Elizabeth and, by extension, Alice herself.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Leach, Karoline (1996-05-03). The Liddell Riddle. Times Literary Supplement. Retrieved on July 19, 2017.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Spicy Horse (2011-06-17). Alice: Madness Returns. (Electronic Arts). Scene: Memories.
- ↑ Kramer, Greg. (2000). American McGee's Alice Official Strategy Guide. Prima Games. ISBN 978-0761529798.