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Not That it Matters (Version 2)

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Not That it Matters (Version 2) by A. A. Milne is a thought-provoking collection of essays that touch on various topics, including social observations, personal reflections, and humorous anecdotes. The author's wit and charm shine through in each essay, making for an enjoyable and engaging read.

One of the standout qualities of this book is its timeless relevance. Despite being written decades ago, many of the themes and issues addressed by Milne still resonate with readers today. Whether discussing the complexities of human nature or the quirks of everyday life, the author's insights are both insightful and relatable.

Milne's writing style is both eloquent and accessible, making it easy for readers to immerse themselves in his musings. His poignant observations are often peppered with humor, adding a light-hearted touch to even the weightiest of subjects.

Overall, Not That it Matters (Version 2) is a delightful read that will appeal to fans of A. A. Milne's work, as well as to anyone who enjoys thought-provoking essays. With its blend of wit, wisdom, and charm, this book is sure to leave a lasting impression on readers long after they have finished it.

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A. A. MILNE: …was best known for the perennially popular Pooh , arguably one of his lesser contributions to the literature of his day. He was highly acclaimed for dozens of popular plays. Moreover, he was both a contributor to and editor of Britain’s famous Punch Magazine; and for Punch, The Atlantic Monthly and dozens of other internationally acclaimed journals he wrote hundreds of essay, sketches and poems.

THE WORLD WARS: Milne argued aggressively against the many enemy atrocities characterizing both World Wars, and also fought in both. All four years of the Great War he spent primarily in the trenches, sustaining the greatest dangers of the new warfare at close range. His war experiences are forcibly captured in some of the poems in this collection and others.

INFLUENCE ON THE STYLE OF BRITISH HUMOR: His immense popularity doubtless helped influenced the very basis of British wit and humor: His gentle, often self-deprecatory but always kind style of humor lured readers and publishers away from the more ironic, cynical, and acerbic humorous works of recent decades. - Summary by Kirsten Wever

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