Compare/Contrast Essay on the poem "The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll
Implying a Pedophile
In "The Walrus and the Carpenter," by Lewis Carroll, the dual identity, the oysters, the eating of the oysters, and the implied guilt felt afterwards, can lead a reader to believe the poem is about a pedophile. Many people on various websites claim that Lewis Carroll was a pedophile because of his interest in young girls (Encarta). He has taken many pictures, mostly of young girls, and a lot of them nude. However, there are no facts to prove this theory because his family members purposely removed many of his journal pages (Susan Maskin). People feel they did this to…
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