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Encyclopedia > Pooh

Poo or Pooh may refer to:

  • Winnie the Pooh, the nickname of Pooh, a character in the books by A. A. Milne
  • Poo (EarthBound), a playable character from the Super Nintendo game EarthBound
  • Poo (or poop), a slang term for feces.
  • Poo, a small town on the coast of Northern Spain about 3.0 km from Llanes.

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Pooh of Walden Pond (3651 words)
Pooh is in fact a Transcendentalist, and a perfect model for children and adults that want a happy, peaceful life in harmony with both themselves and nature, free of strife and materialistic worries.
Pooh is content as long as he visits with his friends regularly and has a "smackeral of something" around eleven o'clock each day, and hums a "new hum" every so often.
Pooh and Piglet decide to celebrate the beauty of living and of friendship and go to wish Rabbit, "whose life was made up of Important Things" (Milne Corner 30), a happy Thursday, but Rabbit is disappointed because he feels that they have come with no other reason than just wanting to visit with him.
A Real Pooh Timeline (261 words)
The real Pooh and friends make their last trip to England to participate in the 50th birthday of Winnie-the-Pooh arranged by Methuen and Company Publishers.
Pooh and his friends become the center of international attention when a British Member of Parliament decides they should be returned to England.
The United States and England agree that Pooh and his pals are happy and healthy on American soil, and it is unanimously decided that they will remain at The New York Public Library.
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