He was the author of many classics, most famous among them Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass I'm not going to post any pics, but the material is out there. It is published in scholarly journals and anthologies, no less, and I (and many peers) considered some of it at length for part of an undergraduate class we were in. I will not advise you that you should go looking for it, though, I will simply say that it exists. You can read more about it here (and elsewhere): http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/Lewis-Carrolls-Shifting-Reputation.html?c=y&page=2 People still buy his books like crazy, though. I know I've purchased a few, which were required purchases for classes I have taken. Before we start the calls for bookburning and boycotting, though... Artists, nudists, and naturalists all have legitimate, and AFAIK legally-protected, reasons to produce material that some would consider child pornography - while others would consider it as their art or their photo album of family and friends. I'd like to see discussion on this topic since WWP is headed in this direction.