Winnie The Pooh Analysis

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Winnie The Pooh

Christopher Robin:
At the edge of the Hundred Acre Wood, a lovely old bridge crossed a peaceful little river. Now this bridge was a favorite spot of Winnie the Pooh’s and he would often wander there, doing nothing in particular and thinking nothing in particular. But on one such wandering, something suddenly took Pooh’s mind off of nothing.
(Starts walking to the piano) And that something was a big brown pinecone, which dropped (slide whistle sounds) right on his head.

Winnie the Pooh:
Oh bother! (Picks up pinecone and gazed at it thoughtfully)

SONG #2 BEGINS

(Song ends as Pooh trips and falls. He tumbles around, and tries to get up, accidentally dropping the pinecone)

Winnie the Pooh:
Oh Bother! I suppose I shall have to find another one.
…show more content…
You look silly as ever!

Pooh:
Well you see, Piglet, I think I’ve just made a new game. Whenever you throw something over one side of the bridge, it seems the water always carries it to the other side. So if you throw a bunch of somethings over one side, it can be pretty fun to race them to see which one reaches the other side first!

Rabbit:
Well what did you name this game?

Pooh:
Hm, it appears that’s the one thing I forgot about my new game…

Roo:
What about “Super Race”

Pooh:
No, no. That wouldn’t work.. It needs to have the name of the inventor, and the inventor happens to be me!

Piglet:
W-what about “W-w-winnie- Winnie Cones”?

Rabbit:
That sounds like a fine name! What do you think, Pooh?

Pooh:
Why yes! That sounds just about right. Why don’t we all gather some more cones and let the first “Winnie Cones” race begin!

(They all start looking for pinecones around them to no avail. It seems like no one can find any good pine cones)

Rabbit:
I can’t find any cones, Pooh!

Roo:
Me neither!

Piglet:
S-S-same here!

Pooh:
(Putting his hands up to his mouth to think, making his thinking face) Hm… We could possibly use something

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