Michael Goldfarb Reports On The Death Of Christopher Robin Milne, The Real-Life

inspiration for the "Winnie the Pooh" story books. A.A. Milne wrote the stories in the mid to late 1920's for and about his young son. As Christopher Robin grew up, however, he made clear that he didn't care for the way his father had swirled fact and fiction.



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