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A. A. Milne

a.k.a. Alan Alexander Milne

Author Code: EAAM

Born: Jan. 18, 1882 - Hampstead, London, England

Died: Jan. 31, 1956 - Hartfield, Sussex, England

Educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge, Milne had the young H. G. Wells as a teacher at an early age and they would become life-long friends. After graduating in 1903, Milne began his career as a free-lance writer, contributing essays, poems and articles to magazines such as Punch and the St. James' Gazette. In 1906, he joined Punch as an assistant editor. He published his first book, Lovers in London, in 1905 at the suggestion of Wells. In 1913, he married Daphne de Selincourt and they had one son, Christopher. Milne served as a signals officer with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment in World War I and spent some time in 1916 in France. After the War in 1921, he published The Dover Road which was very successful. Although not known for his detective and mystery stories, Milne did publish them with a certain degree of success. The first to appear was The Red House Mystery in 1922. Others included The Fourth Wall (1928) and Four Days Wonder (1933). In 1926, Milne published Winnie the Pooh, which would become one of the most successful books of all time and would be translated into numerous languages throughout the world. Milne used his young son as a character in the book, together with a number of his son's toys. In 1928, he followed with the sequel, The House at Pooh Corner, which continued his success. Milne's other major works include To Have the Honour (1924), Gentleman Unknown (1928), Those Were the Days (1929), Other People's Lives (1933) and his autobiography, It's Too Late Now (1938).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EAAM001 Belinda [Play] 1918 68 328k eBook Download PDF - 'Belinda [Play]' (EAAM001)   Download ePub - 'Belinda [Play]' (EAAM001) Find a printed copy of Belinda [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM009 The Camberley Triangle [Play] 1919 19 172k eBook Download PDF - 'The Camberley Triangle [Play]' (EAAM009)   Download ePub - 'The Camberley Triangle [Play]' (EAAM009) Find a printed copy of The Camberley Triangle [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM004 The Holiday Round
  The Actor
  "At Dead of Night" (Play)
  The Barrister
  Betty - the Hotel Child
  A Chapter of Accidents
  Chum
  Cinderella
  The Civil Servant
  A Cold World
  The Coming of the Crocus
  The Continental Manner
  A Crown of Sorrows
  The Doctor
  Epilogue
  "Fair Mistress Dorothy" (Play)
  Father Christmas
  Holiday Time
  The House-Warming
  An Informal Evening
  An Inland Voyage
  A Literary Light
  "The Lost Heiress" (Play)
  The Lucky Month
  The Making of A Christmas Story
  Margery
  A Matter-of-Fact Fairy Tale
  Miss Middleton
  "Miss Prendergast" (Play)
  A Modern Cinderella
  Napoleon At Work
  The Opening Season
  The Ordeal by Fire
  The Painter
  Pat Ball
  The Portuguese Cigar
  "A Slight Misunderstanding" (Play)
  The Solicitor
  A Summer Cold
  Ten and Eight
  The Things That Matter
  "William Smith, Editor" (Play)
  The Younger Son
1912 184 679k eBook Download PDF - 'The Holiday Round' (EAAM004)   Download ePub - 'The Holiday Round' (EAAM004) Find a printed copy of The Holiday Round by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM005 If I May
  The Burlington Arcade
  The Case for the Artist
  Children's Plays
  Christmas Games
  A Digression
  The Etiquette of Escape
  Experts
  The Fires of Autumn
  Fixtures and Fittings
  The Future
  The Game of Kings
  Geographical Research
  Getting Things Done
  Going Out to Dinner
  A Haunted House
  High Finance
  A Hint for Next Christmas
  The Holiday Problem
  The Honour of Your Country
  The Largest Circulation
  A London Garden
  The Lord Mayor
  A Lost Masterpiece
  A Man of Property
  The Mathematical Mind
  Melodrama
  Not Guilty
  An Ordnance Map
  Public Opinion
  The Record Lie
  The Road to Knowledge
  The Robinson Tradition
  Round the World and Back
  Secret Papers
  Some Old Companions
  State Lotteries
  The State of the Theatre
  A Train of Thought
  A Village Celebration
  The Watson Touch
  Wedding Bells
1921 88 457k eBook Download PDF - 'If I May' (EAAM005)   Download ePub - 'If I May' (EAAM005) Find a printed copy of If I May by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM011 The Lucky One [Play] 1922 63 267k eBook Download PDF - 'The Lucky One [Play]' (EAAM011)   Download ePub - 'The Lucky One [Play]' (EAAM011) Find a printed copy of The Lucky One [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM010 Mr. Pim Passes By [Play] 1919 67 277k eBook Download PDF - 'Mr. Pim Passes By [Play]' (EAAM010)   Download ePub - 'Mr. Pim Passes By [Play]' (EAAM010) Find a printed copy of Mr. Pim Passes By [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM003 Not That It Matters
  Acacia Road
  At the Bookstall
  By the Sea
  The Charm of Golf
  The Chase
  A Christmas Number
  Daffodils
  A Day at Lord's
  Declined with Thanks
  The Diary Habit
  A Doubtful Character
  For a Wet Afternoon
  The Friend of Man
  On Going into a House
  Golden Fruit
  Goldfish
  The Happiest Half-Hours of Life
  A Household Book
  The Ideal Author
  Intellectual Snobbery
  The Label
  Lunch
  Midsummer Day
  My Library
  Natural Science
  No Flowers by Request
  Our Learned Friends
  The Path to Glory
  The Pleasure of Writing
  The Pond
  A Problem in Ethics
  The Profession
  A Question of Form
  Saturday to Monday
  A Seventeenth-Century Story
  Signs of Character
  A Slice of Fiction
  Smoking as a Fine Art
  Superstition
  Thoughts on Thermometers
  The Unfairness of Things
  "Who's Who"
  A Word for Autumn
1919 89 453k eBook Download PDF - 'Not That It Matters' (EAAM003)   Download ePub - 'Not That It Matters' (EAAM003) Find a printed copy of Not That It Matters by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM002 The Red House Mystery 1922 134 525k eBook Download PDF - 'The Red House Mystery' (EAAM002)   Download ePub - 'The Red House Mystery' (EAAM002) Find a printed copy of The Red House Mystery by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM007 The Romantic Age [Play] 1920 79 311k eBook Download PDF - 'The Romantic Age [Play]' (EAAM007)   Download ePub - 'The Romantic Age [Play]' (EAAM007) Find a printed copy of The Romantic Age [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM006 The Stepmother [Play] 1920 15 186k eBook Download PDF - 'The Stepmother [Play]' (EAAM006)   Download ePub - 'The Stepmother [Play]' (EAAM006) Find a printed copy of The Stepmother [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks
EAAM008 Wurzel-Flummery [Play] 1917 24 209k eBook Download PDF - 'Wurzel-Flummery [Play]' (EAAM008)   Download ePub - 'Wurzel-Flummery [Play]' (EAAM008) Find a printed copy of Wurzel-Flummery [Play] by A. A. Milne at AbeBooks

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