Lewis Carroll Texts Available Free Online
Below are links to various Lewis Carroll works that you can read online. While there’s nothing quite like the feeling of a good quality hardcover book in your hands, it’s nice to know you can dip into some Lewis Carroll reading on the web wherever you may be. (And of course, if you own an e-reader, you can download Carroll’s works to read that way, too.)
Please note: All links provided on this site are for reference only, and do not necessarily represent an endorsement of a given site or its contents. If you know of additional links appropriate for this or any of our other pages, please send the link to us! We are always looking for new, good-quality links relating to Lewis Carroll.
Pointers to multiple texts
- “The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll” at Everything2.com (many great links to complete texts of lesser-known works)
- Facsimile editions from the collection of member Mark Burstein
- Various Works
- Searchable concordance of the Alice books (scroll down and click on “Lewis Carroll” in the list)
- Free amateur audio recordings from Librivox.org
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
- From Literature.org
- From Project Gutenberg
- From University of Adelaide
- Free Audio Book (requires RealPlayer)
The Hunting of the Snark
- Alice’s Adventures Underground from the British Library, images only, no plugin required)
- Alice’s Adventures Underground from the British Library, interactive, requires plugin)
- Alice’s Adventures Underground from the British Library, interactive, “low-bandwidth” version, requires plugin)
- Alice’s Adventures Underground
- Sylvie and Bruno / Sylvie and Bruno Concluded
- Sylvie and Bruno.
- Eight or Nine Wise Words About Letter Writing
- Symbolic Logic. introduction only.
- Symbolic Logic
- The Game of Logic
- A Tangled Tale
- Euclid and His Modern Rivals
- Carroll’s poems on the Shadow Poetry site
- Carroll’s poems
- Another good Jabberwocky Page. There are so many copies of Jabberwocky on the net. This page shows it helps to add something new.
- The Mad Gardner’s Song from Sylvie and Bruno.
- Hiawatha’s photographing with illustrations by A.B. Frost.
- Hiawatha’s photographing with photographs.
- The Walrus and the Carpenter (Tenniel Illustrations)
- The Walrus And the Carpenter (another illustrator, in color)
- A Sea Dirge
- Upon the Lonely Moor
- Various Poem and a Few Puzzles
- Phantasmagoria and other poems
- A-Sitting on a Gate with color illustrations.
Letters (by and to)