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The BBC is to broadcast a controversial new documentary exploring whether Lewis Carroll was a 'repressed paedophile', on the 150th anniversary of his beloved children’s book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
The potentially-explosive programme, presented by Martha Kearney, will explore the nature of Carroll's relationship with children, and feelings toward the real Alice, the inspiration behind his most famous work.
Expert analysis shows it was taken around the time Carroll was seeing the Liddells, using the same processes he is known to have used in photography.
Comparison with other photographs of Lorina are said to show “certain similarities”, though the truth about the picture cannot be proved for certain more than a century after the author’s death.
“He was a strange man but an admirable one and I don’t want to tar him with accusations of paedophilia which we’re all so obsessed with now,” said Mrs Tait, who has written a novel about Alice entitled The Looking-Glass House.Although, his painting motifs includes Great Wall of China and Mona Lisa, all familiar to our visual memories, his works transform them into a transcendental visual space with poetic and spiritual dimensions.