Beyond the world of Pooh: selections from the memoirs of Christopher Milne
Christopher Milne was the world-famous son of A. A. Milne. This collection brings together passages from the four volumes of C. R. Milne?s memoirs. Covering his much-publicized childhood, his war experiences, marriage, and proprietorship of a bookshop, this book presents an intriguing portrait of a gifted man. He chose to live simply?a choice that ultimately brought a happiness that could never come from the empty fame of being the ?real? Christopher Robin.
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Beyond the World of Pooh: Selections from the Memoirs of Christopher Milne
A. R. Melrose
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