Curiouser and curiouser... What was there about Alice Liddell that attracted not one, but two of the enduring artists of her time to immortalize her? The nineteenth century photographer Julia Margaret Cameron has left us a picture of a striking young brunette, then a teen. But by then she had already been photographed, and made immortal, by the brilliant if (luckily for us) slightly eccentric mathematician Charles Dodgson, whose whimsical attempts to amuse his then little friend have virtually created their own mythology for subsequent generations. The White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Dormouse, the Duchess and the Queen of Hearts have inspired everybody from Walt Disney to Jefferson Airplane. A true cultural artifact and a must-read at every age.