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A A Milne
The George MacDonald Society (als)
Membership Application Form.
The George MacDonald Society website
A George MacDonald page
The Arthur Machen Society (als)
The Arthur Machen Society Web Page
The Marlowe Society (als)
Marlowe Society webpage
Interesting page on Marlowe's death etc
The text of Marlowe's complete works
New book on Harriet Martineau
A James Martineau Miscellany
Martineau Society North American Membership Application Form
The Martineau Society
New online entry for Literary Encyclopaedia
The Society of Friends of Milton's Cottage
Milton's Cottage is a first class museum: the best open collection of 17th Century first editions of his works in the world. It includes portraits of John Milton at various stages of his life as well as other paintings and memorabilia. It was purchased by the Milton's Cottage Trust in 1887 and has been open to the public ever since.
It is the objective of the Friends to raise sufficient funds to keep the museum open: to repair and maintain the fabric of the building, to support the on-going running costs so it will remain open, and to broaden the awareness of John Milton and his work.
Alan Alexander Milne (1882-1956)
The Pembroke College, Cambridge Winnie-The-Pooh Society
“The aim of the Society shall be to meet in Elevenses and General Meetings in order to preserve and disseminate the works of A. A. Milne” Milne in fact went to Trinity College, Cambridge.
The A. A. Milne Society, named for one of Westminster School's most famous benefactors. Milne’s meets up on Thursday, 26th April 2012 for the first time since its 10th anniversary celebrations in 2008. Alasdair Donaldson (MM, 1994-99), Thomas Munby (MM, 1994-99), and Neil Fisher (MM, 1994-99) look forward to seeing many ‘Old Poohs’ in attendance at what promises to be a lively celebration of all that makes Milne’s great. The Society appears to exist for the benefit of Westminster School, to whom Milne was a valued benefactor, rather than to honour Milne. link to Westminster site
Comprehensive page on the life and works of A.A.Milne
Ashdown Forest, East Sussex. At the foot of the page is a link to the Pooh Petition. Pooh and his friends are languishing in the New York Public Library. Bring them home!
The Arthur Morrison Society (als) This Society was formed following the 2007 Loughton Festival.
The Mean Streets An e-text version of one of Mr Morrison's many works.
The Neil Munro Society (als)
Biography of Neil Munro by Lesley Lendrum, a granddaughter.
Exploring New Roads Produced by the society.
Neil Munro Society webpage
Web page for Neil Munro.