Charles Dodgson, better known to all as Lewis Carroll wrote a book for Alice Liddell called 'Alice's Adventures Underground'. He then decided to re-write 'Underground' as a novel. Martin Gardner has already shown to a large extent what philosophical and logical jokes and conundrums Carroll included in 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'. And more recently a book by Duncan Black entitled: 'A Mathematical Approach to Proportional Representation : Duncan Black on Lewis Carroll' has been released detailing its mathematical relationships. Alice is no longer JUST a children's story - but one for children of all ages. The following links lend some additional insights into the imaginative genius of the author Lewis Carroll.
Lewis Carroll - Fact or Fiction? by Bruce Clark
A Case of Mistaken Identity by John Tufail
Lewis Carroll and Relativity by John Tufail
The Philosophy of Lewis Carroll by John Tufail
A short bio of Lewis Carroll by Brady