Winnie The Pooh Through a Feminist Lens

  title={Winnie The Pooh Through a Feminist Lens},
  author={Carol A. Stanger},
  journal={The Lion and the Unicorn},
  pages={34 - 50}
My friends and I not only read Milne's books over and over as children; all through high school and college we went on speaking his language, seeing people and events in his terms. My husband and I lived his first term at Middlesex as Piglet, with friends who were Pooh and Eeyore, and the school grounds and surrounding country were remapped accordingly; at college, I knew girls who went by the names of Tigger and Roo. Even today, occasionally, I will go back and reread a favorite passage. (11) 
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