The Pocket Guide to Oxford
Whether your visit is for an hour, a day, or a lifetime, this guidebook is both the perfect introduction and souvenir to the architecture, history, and principal attractions of Oxford.
There is essential information on Oxford University's colleges and buildings, punting, food, bicycles, museums, literary Oxford, a Dodo Walk, and a series of maps to help you find your way around.
It has been illustrated by the authors, the Victorian artist Orlando Jewitt, and includes engravings from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Carroll was a don at Christ Church—the first of the colleges we recommend you visit.
Our friend the Oxford Dodo also makes his own contributions to the guidebook.
The guidebook has been typeset in the Darjeeling and Gantok fonts designed by one of the authors.
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