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Afterwords was the penultimate story in the anthology Now We Are Six Hundred. Like Beforwards (the first story in the collection), it was a short story rather than a poem.

Synopsis[]

It was now sunset. Figment walks through the Thousand Year Wood and is once again diverted to the strange blue tree where he meets an old friend.

Plot[]

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References[]

Notes[]

  • This story is a sequel to Beforwards. Little time has passed as Afterwords takes place at sunset, rather than dawn the same day.
  • This story is based on A.A. Milne's Winnie-The-Pooh stories.
  • The name Johnathan Smith, aside from being an alternative version of the Doctor's commonly-used alias, is a reference to Winnie the Pooh's Christopher Robin.

Continuity[]

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