Published by The Magpie Press, 1972. Paperback.
The credit page says “Limited to 400 numbered copies (Nos. 1-25 being specially bound) of which this is No.”, and then there’s not a number but a hand drawn dash. What does that mean?
According to the frontispiece:
…containing original studies of his life and work together with some scarce Carrolliana now first reprinted and a poem never before published.
The best bit from my point of view is the “First Draft of an Annotated Handlist of Continuations and Imitations of Alice”. I have a fair few of them already, but it gives me plenty more to track down!
Shaberman has written other books on Carroll, and apparently also on Nostradamus. Denis Crutch has written for the Lewis Carroll Society.
Bought on Amazon: Under the Quizzing Glass: Lewis Carroll Miscellany