Tottles was a character from Lewis Carroll's novel Sylvie and Bruno Concluded (1893), the second volume following on from Sylvie and Bruno (1889). It includes a stanza on What Tottles Meant in Chapter 13.
Tottles the Bear, with a name derived from the Lewis Carroll character, is a fictional bear who features in children's stories. He was originated by Humphry Bowen. He has a girlfriend called Tutu and a best friend called Tuttles.
A book by Gina Hughes entitled Tommy Tottlebears Days Before Christmas was published in 2000.
- Furniss, Harry (1893). "'Never!' yelled Tottles". Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. p. 248.
- Furniss, Harry (1893). ""The Egg-merchant" – illustration for Chapter XIII: "What Tottles Meant"". Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. p. 197.
- Carroll, Lewis (1893). "Chapter 13: What Tottles Meant". Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. Macmillan and Co.
- Carroll, Lewis (1893). "Chapter XIII: What Tottles Meant". Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. Macmillan and Co. pp. 194–211.
- Bowen, Jonathan. "The Adventures of Tottles the Bear". Archive.org. Archived from the original on June 23, 2008. Retrieved 3 June 2015.
- Name Meaning, Tutu, Animal Crossing—Wiki on Neoseeker.
- Help Rescue A.G. Bear!, Bedtime-Story.
- Hughes, Gina (2000). Tommy Tottlebears Days Before Christmas. Vantage Press. ISBN 978-0533131730.
- Chapter 13: What Tottles Meant
- Full text from Archive.org
- Carroll, Lewis (1893). Sylvie and Bruno Concluded (PDF). Macmillan and Co.
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