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Charles Edward Carryl

(1842—1920)


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(1842–1920),

New York financier, was an author of juvenile fantasies in the tradition of Lewis Carroll. These include Davy and the Goblin (1886) and The Admiral's Caravan (1892), which are interspersed with such verses as “The Plaint of the Camel” and “Robinson Crusoe's Story.”

Subjects: Literature.


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