What is the point of view of The Red Badge of Courage and The Wind and the Willows?

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renelane eNotes educator| Certified Educator

I am not sure if yo7u are looking for a link to compare the two or not. The point of view in The Red Badge of Courage is from Henry Fleming, a young man experiencing war. He is not the narrator; his story comes from his thoughts, we are literally reading his mind. The Wind in the Willows is from the point of view of an assortment of English animals, Toad, Ratty, Mole, and Badger. As time goes on, they acquire human-like personalities.

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