Tobacco corduroy sherpa jacket


Corduroy fabric. Cotton-blend fabric. Short design. Faux shearling collar. Faux shearling interior. Two side pockets. Two buttoned patch pockets on the chest. Long sleeve with buttoned cuffs. Regular Fit - True to size Shell 100% Cotton Lining 100% Polyester

In 1856, Dean (i.e., head of the college) Henry Liddell arrived at Christ Church, bringing with him his young family, all of whom would figure largely in Dodgson's life over the following years, and would greatly influence his writing career. Dodgson became close friends with Liddell's wife Lorina and their children, particularly the three sisters Lorina, Edith, and Alice Liddell. He was widely assumed for many years to have derived his own "Alice" from Alice Liddell; the acrostic poem at the end of Through the Looking Glass spells out her name in full, and there are also many superficial references to her hidden in the text of both books.