The Wind in the Willows

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The Wind in the Willows  (1913) 
by Kenneth Grahame

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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
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The Piper at the Gates of Dawn 

THE WIND

IN THE WILLOWS

BY
KENNETH GRAHAME


ILLUSTRATED BY
PAUL BRANSOM

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NEW YORK
CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS
MCMXIII

Copyright, 1908, 1913, by
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS


Published October, 1913

CONTENTS

CHAPTER   PAGE
I. THE RIVER BANK 1
II. THE OPEN ROAD 27
III. THE WILD WOOD 53
IV. MR. BADGER 79
V. DULCE DOMUM 107
VI. MR. TOAD 139
VII. THE PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN 167
VIII. TOAD’S ADVENTURES 191
IX. WAYFARERS ALL 219
X. THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF TOAD 253
XI. "LIKE SUMMER TEMPESTS CAME HIS TEARS" 287
XII. THE RETURN OF ULYSSES 323

ILLUSTRATIONS

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It was the Water Rat 8
“Come on!” he said. “We shall just have to walk it” 50
In panic, he began to run 64
Through the Wild Wood and the snow 94
Toad was a helpless prisoner in the remotest dungeon 164
He lay prostrate in his misery on the floor 196
“It’s a hard life, by all accounts,” murmured the Rat 240
Dwelling chiefly on his own cleverness, and presence of mind in emergencies 292
The Badger said, “Now then, follow me!” 326
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