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(p. 143) The Gwrw Tree 

(p. 143) The Gwrw Tree
(p. 143) The Gwrw Tree

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 23 September 2020

‘The Gwrw Tree’ is a whimsical story of a tree that grew and grew and did practically nothing else. While the Gwrw tree grew and grew, a man who watched it grew more and more amazed. When the Gwrw tree’s little game of just going on growing ended, the man had a new fear that the tree would dwindle and diminish to nothing.

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