Reprints forty-three Dodgson publications, many for the first time, on geometry, trigonometry, algebra, probability, arithmetic computation and theory, cryptology, and curriculum. The essays and notes place Dodgson firmly in the distinguished history of mathematical thought in the 19th century.
The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll, Vol. 2: The Mathematical Pamphlets of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and Related Pieces
Compiled, with introductory essays, notes, and annotations by Francine Abeles
New York: Lewis Carroll Society of North America/University Press of Virginia, 1994
xvi, 420 pages, illustrated; hardcover
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