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    Default Re: Winnie-The-Pooh Studies

    Very amusing

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    Default Re: Winnie-The-Pooh Studies

    The Pooh cycle is very similar in both form and subject to the Arthurian prose romances which began to be written in 13th-century France. Christopher Robin is a somewhat passive ruler figure, not unlike the Arthur of the romances. Pooh is his most beloved servitor and the active hero of most adventures, just like Lancelot, though of course Pooh never betrays Christopher Robin.
    Yes, this works. Tigger = Sir Galahad, Eeyore = the Knight of the Doleful Countenance.... Hmm.

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