The most pathetic error of an art critic is not that he is wrong or misunderstands a work of art, but that he understands a work of art for which he has no true feelings for... Ramon Gaya
John Tyerman Williams sumptuous journey through winnie-the-poohs role as supreme psychologist is remarkable, entertaining and enlightening. Penned by an artist who has absolute feeling and compassion for his subjects, this book is an effortless and rewarding read. Irrespective of your knowledge of Jungian typology, Behavioural therapy, Gestalt psychology, Mr Williams guides us on a charming path, with sensual prose and profound analysis. This is one of those books I know I shall re-read with pleasure through the years.