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Check out this Infographic to learn more about A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh. Study visually with character maps, plot summaries, helpful context, and more.

winnie-the-pooh-a-a-milneRabbitPragmatic busybody; takes charge of the smaller animalsKangaProtective mother kangaroo RooCurious, energetic baby kangarooA collection of childrens stories, Winnie-the-Pooh consists of 10 short stories about a teddy bear who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood with a boy and their toy friends. Funny, whimsical, and cleverly transgressive, the characters have become instantly recognizable and beloved by adults and children alike.MAIN CHARACTERSThe BestBear in Allthe WorldOwlSerious,know-it-all scribeWinnie-the-PoohDevoted, gentle bear; loves his friendsand honey Christopher RobinKind, capable boy; provides support and adventure for the toysPigletAnxious and loyal; loves Pooh and Christopher RobinEeyoreDepressed, pessimistic donkeyThemesChilds Psyche & FriendshipEach toy represents a facet of a childs psyche, but taken together, they are a fully realized playmate.Art & CreativityArt is something that can be created spontaneously and joyously as a response to circumstance.Home & RitualHome and ritual provide a safe place from which children can explore and be adventurous.SymbolsHoneyRepresents home, comfort, and ritual for Winnie-the-Pooh Signs & LanguageSignify Milnes love ofwritten languageBalloonsSymbolize the happiness, freedom, and brevity of childhoodPiglet, Chapter 9wish Pooh were here. Its so much more friendly with two.Sources: Autobiography by A.A. Milne, The Best Bear in All the World by Jeannie Willis, Kate Saunders, Brian Sibley, Mark Burgess, Paul Bright, The Brilliant Career of Winnie-the-Pooh: The Definitive History of the Best Bear in All the World by Ann Thwaite, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Penguin Children's Books Copyright © 2017 Course Hero, Inc.Winnie-the-Poohby the NumbersAge Christopher Robin Milne received the teddy bear that inspired his father to write Winnie-the-PoohYear the toys that inspired Winnie-the-Pooh were donated to the New YorkPublic Library Year the animated Winnie-the-Pooh received a star on the Hollywood Walk of FameWeeks the Latin translation of Winnie-the-Pooh was on the New York Times Best Sellers list20119872006Winnie-the-Pooh started as a series of bedtime stories Milne created based on his son Christopher Robins collection of stuffed toys. After the success of his first childrens book, Milne transformed his bedtime stories into the first Winnie-the-Pooh novel, which was an instant success.A.A. MILNE18821956AuthorEnglishOriginal Language1926Year PublishedA.A. MilneAuthorWinnie-the-PoohComedyChildrens Literature

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