P.L. Travers, when she was about 10 years old, told her sisters a story about a little white horse to comfort her sisters and herself while their mother went to drown herself in a nearby creek.

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    OKAYYY that’s it, so I think when I’ll see Emma first appearance in Saving Mr. Banks, I will literally burst into tears...