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Worries in the Hundred Acre Wood
There is flap in the Hundred Acre Wood
at the arrival of an otter called Lottie. No one can dislike an otter,
it is just that everything in the Hundred Acre Wood has been unchanged
– the bridge where they played Poohsticks, the name-board Sanders over
Pooh`s house – since A A Milne brought it to public notice in the
1920s, according to Telegraph.co.uk.
Now an official sequel, Return to the Hundred Acre Wood, has been
written by David Benedictus. In his "exposition" of the sequel, he has
Christopher Robin asking: "Are you really going to write us new
adventures, because we rather liked the old ones?" A good question.
children`s stories are known by heart. They have limits. Are otters
also to be introduced into Alice or The Tale of Peter Rabbit? Sometimes
we want smaller worlds not bigger ones. A Hundred Acres is enough.
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