Editore: Phaidon
Anno edizione: 2008
In commercio dal: 1 gennaio 2008
Pagine: 130 p., ill. , Rilegato
  • EAN: 9780714842820
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A charming monograph on the photography of the much-loved children's author, Lewis Carroll. (Anne Higonnet)
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