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wind in the willows

wind in the willows in Culture

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(1908) A classic children's fantasy by the British writer Kenneth Grahame. Originally intended only as bedtime stories for his son, this idyllic tale of the English countryside and river banks chronicles the adventures of Mr. Toad, Mole, Rat, and their friend, Badger.

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