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How to Work Through Difficulty: Lewis Carroll’s Three Tips for Overcoming Creative Block
How to Work Through Difficulty: Lewis Carroll’s Three Tips for Overcoming Creative Block

“When you have made a thorough and reasonably long effort, to understand a thing, and still feel puzzled by it, stop, you will only hurt yourself by going on.”

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How to Learn: Lewis Carroll’s Four Rules for Digesting Information and Mastering the Art of Reading
How to Learn: Lewis Carroll’s Four Rules for Digesting Information and Mastering the Art of Reading

“Mental recreation is a thing that we all of us need for our mental health.”

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Alice in Wonderland Illustrated by Ralph Steadman: A 1973 Gem
Alice in Wonderland Illustrated by Ralph Steadman: A 1973 Gem

Down the rabbit hole of creative magic, one truly mad hatter at a time.

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How Lewis Carroll’s Rules of Letter-Writing Can Make Email More Civil and Digital Communication Kinder
How Lewis Carroll’s Rules of Letter-Writing Can Make Email More Civil and Digital Communication Kinder

“If your friend makes a severe remark, either leave it unnoticed, or make your reply distinctly less severe.”

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Gorgeous and Rare Illustrations for Alice in Wonderland by John Vernon Lord
Gorgeous and Rare Illustrations for Alice in Wonderland by John Vernon Lord

The intricate art of confounding expectations.

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Feeding the Mind: Lewis Carroll’s Rules for a Fine Information Diet and Healthy Intellectual Digestion
Feeding the Mind: Lewis Carroll’s Rules for a Fine Information Diet and Healthy Intellectual Digestion

“Mental gluttony, or over-reading, is a dangerous propensity, tending to weakness of digestive power, and in some cases to loss of appetite.”

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