The Wind in the Willows

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Wordsworth Editions, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 302 pages
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A children's classic comes to life in an enchanting dramatization narratedby Alan Bennett. Enter the world of the great river and meet the marvelousriverbank animals: the poetic Rat, his friend Mole, and the boastful Toad, asthey voyage down the river and into the Wild Wood to great adventures! Thisexclusive BBC production features a full cast, authentic sound effects andsweeping music to warm hearts young and old.
 

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Contents

ONE The River Bank
11
TWO The Open Road
25
THREE The Wild Wood
39
FOUR MrBadger
53
s EVEN The Piper at the Gates
97
EIGHT Toads Adventures
109
NINE Wayfarers All
124
of Toad
142
ELEVEN Like Summer Tempests
160
TWELVE The Return of Ulysses
178
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About the author (1992)

Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. After the death of his mother and abandonment by his father, Grahame went to live with his grandmother in Berkshire, near the River Thames. He pursued his passion for writing while maintaining a career in banking. He enjoyed great success in both endeavors. The Wind in the Willows was originally written in parts and given in letter to his son.

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