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150 Years of Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found in Oxford

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Magdalen College Auditorium

Longwall Street

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Local historian and author Mark Davies will review the Oxford references in Alice's adventures.

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Lewis Carroll’s sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was printed in November 1871. Both books contain subtle Oxford references – people, places and events – and local historian and author Mark Davies will reflect on some of the more intriguing examples, based on his own research and publications, on a day of the year which has particular Looking-Glass relevance.

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