A. A. Milne | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 25 pages of analysis & critique of A. A. Milne.
This section contains 7,388 words
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SOURCE: "A. A. Milne: the Fantasy Tamed," in Inventing Wonderland: The Lives and Fantasies of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, J. M. Barrie, Kenneth Grahame, and A. A. Milne, Methuen, 1995, pp. 177-99.

In the following excerpt, Wullschläger provides an overview of Milne's career, including not only the triumphs of his work as a children's writer, but his various professional and personal disappointments as well.

So they went off together. But wherever they go, and whatever happens to them on the way, in that enchanted place on the top of the Forest a little boy and his Bear will always be playing.

A. A. Milne

The House at Pooh Comer

A. A. Milne bucks the trend set by every other famous writer for children. He comes at the end of a line of authors, stretching from Andersen and the brothers Grimm through Lear and Carroll, Barrie and Grahame, Nesbit...

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This section contains 7,388 words
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