Part 2 Beatrice Hatch And Lewis Carroll 1


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It’s time for part 2 of our Beatrice Hatch extravaganza! Learn exactly what it was like to be a child friend of a certain Lewis Carroll. We get our firsthand account via Beatrice’s obituary of the author, inventor, photographer and Oxford don published in The Strand magazine in 1898. We’ll also learn about the special tribute Mr. Carroll’s friends put together after his death. Lastly, we’ll discuss the quality of University dinners. Were they really that good? Enquiring palates want to know. Heather apologizes in advance for getting the giggles. It’s an obituary episode, after all.


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Heather Haigha is your intrepid guide for all adventures under ground, through the looking glass, down the rabbit hole and sometimes even real life! Read her whimsical musings on the Alice Is Everywhere blog, and hear the melodious sound of her voice on the Alice is Everywhere podcast.


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  • Martin

    You’ve done a great job there (despite the giggles). Fascinating to hear about someone who was actually entertained by Lewis Carroll in his christchurch rooms.