The te of Piglet

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Penguin Books, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 257 pages
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The author and the characters from the Pooh books engage in dialogue elucidating the Taoist principle of Te, the Way of the Small, a principle embodied in Piglet

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Review: The Te of Piglet

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

Yes, it really is that bad. No Te, no Piglet to speak of, diatribes galore, inaccuracies, strawman and other fallacies of logic, no charm - and poor writing too. What a mess. Read full review

Review: The Te Of Piglet (The Wisdom Of Pooh)

User Review  - Ian Malone - Goodreads

A distinctly less enjoyable sequel to the Tao of Pooh. The book is light on Taoism and Pooh and heavy on criticism of America. Hoff makes statements that he has no interest in backing up at any point ... Read full review


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A former investigative reporter and lifelong reader of mystery fact and fiction, Benjamin Hoff is the author of the international best sellers "The Tao of Pooh" and "The Te of Piglet," and the American Book Award-winning biography "The Singing Creek Where the Willows Grow."

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