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Eeyore (Winnie The Pooh)

An adorable little donkey

Like the other characters in the series, Eeyore is not a real donkey but a stuffed donkey, so you can see his stitching in the middle of his face and along his legs. He is represented sitting on his hindquarters and we can see his body composed of two shades of gray as well as his tail pinned on his back with a small happy pink bow attached to his tail and which contrasts well with his usual sadness. At the level of the head, all his face is turned downwards to accentuate his melancholy. His eyes are half closed and his ears are drooping. Finally, his little black mane is back on top of his head.


The sad little donkey

Eeyore is one of the recurring characters of the Winnie The Pooh stories, a classic of children’s literature created in England in 1926 by Alan Alexander Milne. He was inspired by his son’s games with his stuffed toys and by the bear at the London Zoo whom he would visit regularly. Winnie lives in a world where humans are almost absent except for Little John Christopher (Christopher Robin) where he plays and goes on adventures with his other animal friends. Among them, there is Eeyore, a little donkey who always has problems with his tail that he must often reattach behind his back. Eeyore is rather intelligent but very pessimistic and often melancholic. He rarely speaks for anything other than pitying.


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