How Alice Got to Wonderland
When mulling over boat trips that inspired major works of fiction, we inevitably think of Mark Twain piloting the 865-ton Memphis down the Mississippi River, Joseph Conrad serving as a steamboat captain in the Congo, or Herman Melville's 18-month trip to the South Pacific. But 150 years ago this week, a very short boat trip took place that resulted in a…
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