"Is anybody at home?"
     There was a sudden scuffling noise from inside the hole, and then
     "What I said was, `Is anybody at home?'" called out Pooh very loudly.
     "No!" said a voice; and then added, "You needn't shout so loud.  I
     heard you quite well the first time."
     "Bother!" said Pooh.  "Isn't there anybody here at all?"
                     -- Pooh looks for Rabbit
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 20

     _Where should they dig the Very Deep Pit?_
     Piglet said that the best place would be somewhere where a Heffalump
     was, just before he fell into it, only about a foot further on.
                     -- Obviously a deep thinker
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 54

     "Christopher Robin has gone out somewhere with Backson.  He and
     Backson are busy together.  Have you seen a Backson anywhere about
     in the Forest lately?"
                     -- Owl poses the question
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 78

         But whatever his weight in pounds, shillings and ounces,
         He always seems bigger because of his bounces.

     "And that's the whole poem," he said.  "Do you like it, Piglet?"
     "All except the shillings," said Piglet.  "I don't think they ought to
     be there."
     "They wanted to come in after the pounds," explained Pooh, "so I let
     them.  It is the best way to write poetry, letting things come."
                     -- Pooh, poet
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 29

     "Oo, Tigger," he said excitedly, "are we at the top?"
     "No," said Tigger.
     "Are we going to the top?"
     "_No_," said Tigger.
     "Oh!" said Roo rather sadly.  And then he went on hopefully: "That
     was a lovely bit just now, when you pretended we were going to
     fall-bump-to-the-bottom and we didn't.  Will you do that bit again?"
     "NO," said Tigger.
                     -- Touchy, Tigger, Touchy!
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 62

     "It goes in!"
     "So it does!" said Piglet.  "And it comes out!"
     "Doesn't it?" said Eeyore.  "It goes in and out like anything."
                     -- Fun with balloons and pots
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 79

     "Oh Eeyore!" cried Christopher Robin.  "Are you hurt?"  And he felt
     him rather anxiously, and dusted him and helped him to stand again.
     Eeyore said nothing for a long time.  And then he said: "Is Tigger
     Tigger was there, feeling Bouncy again already.
     "Yes," said Christopher Robin.  "Tigger's here."
     "Well just thank him once for me," said Eeyore.
                     -- Tigger falls on Eeyore
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 70

     "Could you fly up to the letter-box with Piglet on your back?" he
     "No," said Piglet quickly.  "He couldn't."
                     -- Maybe not, Pooh
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 138

     "There's just one thing," said Piglet, fidgeting a bit.  "I was
     talking to Christopher Robin, and he said that a Kanga was Generally
     Regarded as One of the Fiercer Animals.  I am not frightened of
     Fierce Animals in the ordinary way, but it is well known that if One
     of the Fiercer Animals is Deprived of Its Young, it becomes as
     fierce as Two of the Fiercer Animals.  In which case `_Aha!_' is
     perhaps a _foolish_ thing to say."
                     -- the fears of a Very Small Animal
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 84

         this                                take
     "If      is          shall       really      to
                 flying I       never                it."

                     -- Piglet experiences flight
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 93

     "Hallo, Rabbit," he said, "is that you?"
     "Let's pretend it isn't," said Rabbit, "and see what happens."
                     -- Pooh meets Rabbit
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 102

     "I'll give you three guesses, Rabbit.  Digging holes in the ground?
     Wrong.  Leaping from branch to branch of a young oak-tree?  Wrong.
     Waiting for somebody to help me out of the river?  Right.  Give
     Rabbit time, and he'll always get the answer."
                     -- Eeyore explains why he's floating in the river
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 94

     Next to his house was a piece of broken board which had:
     "TRESPASSERS W" on it.  When Christopher Robin asked Piglet what it
     meant he said it was his grandfather's name, and had been in the
     family for a long time.  Christopher Robin said you _couldn't_ be
     called Trespassers W, and Piglet said you could, because his
     grandfather was, and it was short for Trespassers Will, which was
     short for Trespassers William.
                     -- A strange sort of name
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 30

     Piglet lay there, wondering what had happened.  At first he thought
     that the whole world had blown up; and then he thought that perhaps
     only the Forest part of it had; and then he thought that perhaps
     only _he_ had, and he was now alone in the moon or somewhere, and
     would never see Christopher Robin or Pooh or Eeyore again.  And then
     he thought, "Well, even if I'm in the moon, I needn't be face
     downwards all the time," so he got cautiously up and looked about him.
                     -- Piglet bangs a balloon
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 75

     "It's a funny thing about Tiggers," whispered Tigger to Roo, "how
     Tiggers _never_ get lost."
     "Why don't they, Tigger?"
     "They just don't," explained Tigger.  "That's how it is."
                     -- Not much of an explanation
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 119

     Sometimes he thought sadly to himself, "Why?" and sometimes he
     thought, "Wherefore?" and sometimes he thought, "In as much as which?"
     --- and sometimes he didn't quite know what he _was_ thinking about.
                     -- Eeyore confuses himself
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 39

  After a long munching noise he said:
     "Ee-ers o i a-ors."
     And when Pooh and Piglet said "What?" he said "Skoos ee," and went
     outside for a moment.
     When he came back he said firmly:
     "Tiggers don't like haycorns."
     "But you said they liked everything except honey," said Pooh.
     "Everything except honey _and_ haycorns," explained Tigger.
                     -- Tigger tries haycorns
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 24

     "Well," said Pooh, "what I like best ---" and then he had to stop
     and think.  Because although Eating Honey _was_ a very good thing to
     do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was
     better than when you were, but he didn't know what it was called.
                     -- Christopher Robin asks what Pooh likes doing best
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 168

     "Help, help!" cried Piglet, "a Heffalump, a Horrible Heffalump!" and
     he scampered off as hard as he could, still crying out, "Help, help,
     a Herrible Hoffalump!  Hoff, Hoff, a Hellible Horralump!  Holl,
     Holl, a Hoffable Hellerump!"
                     -- Piglet panics
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 62
"Is it One of the Fiercer Animals?" he said, looking the other way.
     Pooh nodded.
     "It's a Jagular," he said.
     "What do Jagulars do?" asked Piglet, hoping that they wouldn't.
                     -- Piglet's inquiring mind
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 63

     There are days when spelling Tuesday simply doesn't count.
                     -- Rabbit's philosophy
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 73

     Pooh looked at his two paws.  He knew that one of them was the
     right, and he knew that when you had decided which one of them was
     the right, then the other one was the left, but he never could
     remember how to begin.
                     -- Pooh foncuses left and right
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 116

     "What I like best in the world is Me and Piglet going to see You,
     and You saying, `What about a little something?' and Me saying,
     `Well, I shouldn't mind a little something, should you, Piglet,' and
     it being a hummy sort of day outside, and birds singing."
                     -- Christopher Robin asks what Pooh likes doing best
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 169                

"If anyone wants to clap," said Eeyore when he had read this, "now
     is the time to do it."
     They all clapped.
     "Thank you," said Eeyore.  "Unexpected and gratifying, if a little
     lacking in Smack."
                     -- Eeyore reads him poem
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 163

"What _is_ the North Pole?" he asked.
     "It's just a thing you discover," said Christopher Robin carelessly,
     not being quite sure himself.
                     -- Pooh asks a difficult question
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 101

"... only grey fluff that's blown into their heads by mistake ..."
                     -- Eeyore explains why the others Can't Think
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 10

"Rabbit's clever," said Pooh thoughtfully.
     "Yes," said Piglet, "Rabbit's clever."
     "And he has Brain."
     "Yes," said Piglet, "Rabbit has Brain."
     There was a long silence.
     "I suppose," said Pooh, "that that's why he never understands
                     -- Those who have and have not
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 127

     "Tiggers don't like honey."
     "Oh!" said Pooh, and tried to make it sound Sad and Regretful.  "I
     thought they liked everything."
     "Everything except honey," said Tigger.
                     -- The obliging guest
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 22

"Well," said Owl, "the customary procedure in such cases is as
     "What does Crustimoney Proseedcake mean?" said Pooh.  "For I am a
     Bear of Very Little Brain, and long words Bother me."
     "It means the Thing to Do."
                     -- Pooh's confession
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 45

     "Shall I look, too?" said Pooh, who was beginning to feel a little
     eleven o'clockish.  And he found a small tin of condensed milk, and
     something seem to tell him that Tiggers didn't like this, so he took
     it into a corner by itself, and went with it to see that nobody
     interrupted it.
                     -- Pooh considers others
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 32

"Tiggers never go on being Sad," explained Rabbit.  "They get over
     it with Astonishing Rapidity."
                     -- Stashonishing what?
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 110

     "Handsome bell-rope, isn't it?" said Owl.
     Pooh nodded.
     "It reminds me of something," he said, "but I can't think what.
     Where did you get it?"
     "I just came across it in the Forest.  It was hanging over a bush,
     and I thought at first somebody lived there, so I rang it, and
     nothing happened, and then I rang it again very loudly, and it came
     off in my hand, and as nobody seemed to want it, I took it home and
     "Owl," said Pooh solemnly, "you made a mistake.  Somebody did want
                     -- Pooh finds Eeyore's tail
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 47

     "`_Aha!_' means `We'll tell you where Baby Roo is, if you promise to
     go away from the Forest and never come back.'  Now don't talk while
     I think."
     Pooh went into a corner and tried to saying `Aha!' in that sort of
     voice.  Sometimes it seemed to him that it did mean what Rabbit
     said, and sometimes it seemed to him that it didn't.  "I suppose
     it's just practice," he thought. 
                     -- "Aha" really means all that?
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 84

Pooh dropped his stone.  There was a loud splash, and Eeyore
                     -- Rescuing Eeyore
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 97

     "I don't hold with all this washing," grumbled Eeyore.  "This modern
     Behind-the-ears nonsense."
                     -- The rituals of modern society
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 110

                     -- Owl's sign
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 43

     "Oh, Eeyore, you _are_ wet!" said Piglet, feeling him.  Eeyore shook
     himself, and asked somebody to explain to Piglet what happened when
     you had been inside a river for quite a long time.
                     -- Piglet tries making conversation
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 98

Never had Henry Pootel Piglet run so fast as he ran then, and he
     didn't stop running until he had got quite close to his house.  But
     when he was a hundred yards away he stopped running, and rolled the
     rest of the way home, so as to get his own nice comfortable colour
                     -- Piglet escapes from Kanga
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 97

     There's Owl.  Owl hasn't exactly got Brain, but he Knows Things.
                     -- Piglet on Owl
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 118

     "If you go on making faces like Piglet's, you will grow up to _look_
     like Piglet---and _then_ think how sorry you will be."
                     -- Kanga tells it like it is
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 95

"Look at the birthday cake.  Candles and pink sugar."
     Pooh looked --- first to the right and then to the left.
     "Presents?" said Pooh.  "Birthday cake?" said Pooh.  "_Where?_"
     "Can't you see them?"
     "No," said Pooh.
     "Neither can I," said Eeyore.  "Joke," he explained.  "Ha ha!"
                     -- Eeyore's droll humour
                        Winnie-the-Pooh, p. 68

He uses short, easy words, like `What about lunch?' and `Help
     yourself Pooh.'
                     -- Pooh explains why he likes Rabbit
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 55

POOH (_who wasn't going to be there, but we find we can't do without
     him_): "Oh Piglet, how brave and clever you are!"
                     -- Piglet dreams a happy dream
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 45

     Small's real name was Very Small Beetle, but he was called Small for
     short, when he was spoken to at all, which hardly ever happened
     except when somebody said: "_Really_, Small!"
                     -- Small, one of Rabbit's friends-and-relations
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 45

I was BOUNCED," said Eeyore.
                     -- Eeyore explains how he fell in the river
                        The House at Pooh Corner, p. 99

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