The Milne Family, part I
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Annemarie Bilclough and Emma Laws, Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic, V&A Publishing, (2017).
Granta Official Site.
A.A. Milne, It’s Too Late Now, Methuen & Co. (1939).
--, Lovers in London, Alston Rivers (1905), PDF via Google Books.
--, Mr. Pim Passes By, Samuel French, (1921), PDF via Columbia University Libraries.
--, The Red House Mystery, Dutton, (1925), PDF via Google Books.
Christopher Milne, The Enchanted Places, Mandarin (1994) - originally Eyre Methuen (1974).
The Punch Table, via Punch Magazine Archive.
Ann Thwaite, A.A. Milne: His Life, Tempus, (2006).
--, “Milne, Alan Alexander (1882-1956)”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, (2004).
A.A. Milne; Christopher Robin Milne, by Howard Coster, sepia-toned gelatin silver print, 1926 NPG P715. © National Portrait Gallery, London.
Dorothy 'Daphne' Milne, wife of British writer A. A. Milne, hugging their son, Christopher Robin, 1926. (Getty Images)
Front and back of a cigarette card from the Imperial Tobacco Company depicting A.A. Milne as part of a series featuring Famous British Authors, via NYPL.
The Milne Family, Part II
Music: "Evening Melodrama" by Kevin Macleod (www.incompetech.com)
11/14/2022 12:12:35 pm
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