Post by Mike Post by Nick Odell
On Thu, 8 Oct 2020 04:09:05 -0700 (PDT), Tony Smith
Post by Tony Smith Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
(-:! He's certainly been translated into Latin; I think my brother has a
copy of Winnie Ille Pu.
My son has a copy of that, given him by my father. I then got him the
Latin "House at Pooh Corner". I think my English ones have ended up in his flat, too.
But I have found no evidence of a Classical Greek Pooh.
Sounds like a project for someone, then.
Some might Pooh Pooh that idea though.
I asked the oracle, and here's his reply:
Well, I didn't know, so I Googled. And it would appear that there is a
modern Greek version—
—but I can see no sign of a Classical Greek version. (And yes, I think
they are different enough languages that separate versions would be
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