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  • The Wind in the Willows
    One of the morals of The Wind in the Willows is the joy that comes from journeys. At the beginning of the tale, Mole has never strayed far from his home, but, overcome with wanderlust, he finds...

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    Hello! The owl is mentioned in Chapter 8: Toad's Adventures. The owl mentioned is not a major or even minor character in the book. It seems to be an incidental character, a part of the setting in...

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    Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows is a novel for children first published in 1908. The main characters we meet in the first four chapters of the book are all animals with human...

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    One reason why The Wind in the Willows has an appeal to boys would be through its spirit of adventure. Mole breaks free from his domesticated realm and enters a world where there is activity and...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    Author Kenneth Grahame reportedly said that he wanted to write a book that was “free of problems, clear of the clash of sex.” So, the only real problem in this novel is that of the conflict of...

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    One way that Toad's well-meaning friends intend to stop Toad from driving recklessly is to put him under strict house arrest. They confine him to his room and set up shifts to monitor his behavior...

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    These words are uttered by Rat to Mole when, in the chapter entitled "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn," the two animals go off to look for Portly, Otter's missing child. They eventually find Portly...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    The tone of this excellent children's book (which yet has so much to offer for adults) is playful, reverent and passionate. This of course mostly comes from the dominance of the Mole as one of the...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    The major value system shown is based on the importance of friendship. Throughout the book, the main characters act in selfless ways, showing how their friendship overcomes obstacles such as greed...

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    The characters in Wind in the Willows reflect many characteristics of the animals in whose bodies they reside. Badger is respected and feared because of his great strength, but he is also a wise,...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    In chapter 5 Mole and Rat return to Mole's home. Mole is embarrassed that he doesn't have any food for his guests, so Rat gives money to some caroling mice to get them groceries. In chapter 6...

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    In Chapter 11 of Kenneth Grahame’s children’s classic, The Wind in the Willows, we discover that Toad Hall has been occupied by Weasels and Stoats during the period when Toad was off...

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    1 If Mole can use paint brushes and ladders, why does he need to dig with his paws?2 To what degree will the animals in the story replicate human society?3 What imputed animal characteristics do...

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    Kenneth Grahame, author of “Wind in the Willows” lived during a time in the Victorian area where great social upheaval was taking place. The male-dominated status quo was, for example being...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    The Wind in the Willows is an acclaimed children's book by Kenneth Grahame, published in 1908. Like many books written around the turn of the century, it is very much a product of its time. At its...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    The Wind in the Willows is set in an idealized version of the English countryside. It has no relationship to an actual place in England; rather, the action takes place in and around the types of...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    There are many themes in this book. The eNotes summary and study guide for the book has an excellent discussion of the themes. Among the themes that it lists are: Hospitality. You could also...

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  • The Wind in the Willows
    After going on his journey and encountering smells that remind him of home, Mole has a strong desire to see his home again. Mole and Rat decide to go and see it. When they return to Mole's home he...

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    "The Wind in the Willows" is an English children's tale about a group of gentlemen who are made up of animals. The animals in the tale have characteristics of both animals and humans. The story...

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    In chapter 6 of "Wind In The Willows" Toad is visited by Mole, Badger, and Rat. The forcefully drag him into Toad Hall and Badger tells Toad that it is past time for him to stop driving. "You...

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    The Otter's boy is missing. Portly, has been lost and Rat informs Mole of the missing child. They set out on the river at night to go look for the child of Mr. and Mrs. Otter. As dawn is...

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    "Wind In The Willows," is a children's novel written during the late nineteenth century. The novel is also Graham's way of writing a satire about the class structure of that era in...

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    Mr. Toad was at first reluctant to let the young girl help him. He was too involved with feeling sorry for himself. When the girl came a second time he was friendly and accepting of her wish to...

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    When Toad is first introduced in Chapter 2, he is enamored by carts and horses, and convinces his friends Mole and Rat to take a trip with him. On the road they are almost run down by a swiftly...

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    Well, let me start by being honest:I'm not sure exactly what you're looking for. Are you looking for the original illustrations for Wind in the Willows, by E. H. Shepard? If so, you'll find a...

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