On the fourth July 1862, Lewis
Carroll, who was a teacher at the university of oxford, invited three little
girls, Alice, Lorrine and Edith Liddell, to spend the afternoon with him.
they stook sandwiches with him and something to drink. It was hot and sunny
so they took a boat and rowed slowly up the river. the three little girls
took it in turns to row the boat until they got tired. Then, they stopped
and got out of the boat to eat their sandwiches on the bank. While they
were eating, Lewis carroll told the children a story. The story was about
a little girl called Alice, and the adventures she had one hot afternoon.
When they got home in the evening, Alice Liddell looked up at Carroll and
said ´I liked that story about Alice´s so much. Please
will you write it down for me?´.
Lewis carroll, of course, wrote the story , following her advise, and therefore, here you are.