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Sites about Winnie-the-Pooh

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Critical sites about Winnie-the-Pooh

Pooh of Walden Pond
http://www.bridgewater.edu/philo/philo96/arbaugh-twitty.html
“By explaining the basic tenets of Thoreau’s Transcendental manifesto and showing how Pooh and his friends exemplify these tenets, I will demonstrate that Pooh is in fact Transcendental and a perfect model for children and adults that want to live a happy, peaceful life in harmony with both themselves and nature free of strife and materialistic worries.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Jason Arbaugh-Twitty
From: The Philomathean vol. 23; Spring 1996
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