Through the looking-glass, and what Alice found there
by Lewis Carroll
RBSC copy 1: Newspaper clipping, a poem in Latin titled "Iaberochys" dated in ms. March 31, 1901, pasted on inside front fly-leaf; bound by Zaehnsdorf; original covers bound in.
RBSC copy 2: Bound by Riviere & Son; original covers and spine bound in at end.
RBSC copy 3: Author's presentation copy; with holograph poem, dated 101 Onslow Square, Jan. 11, 1872 on inside back fly-leaf; also with a printed message, "Dear Children" dated Christmas 1871, pasted on inside front fly-leaf. Variant. Page 95 numbered and page 98 unnumbered. See Lovett 13b, p. 19.
RBSC copy 4: Inscribed by John Tenniel, Christmas 1871; with a pencil sketch depicting Hatta, a reversal detail from the illustration on p. 148; ex libris Francis Kettaneh.
The Physical Object
|Pagination||, 224,  p. (p.  (3rd group) advertisements) :|
|Number of pages||224|
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