[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Wind in the Willows ✈ Kenneth Grahame – Pcusati.info

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Wind in the Willows ✈ Kenneth Grahame – Pcusati.info Since Its First Publication In 1908, Generations Of Adults And Children Have Cherished Kenneth Grahame S Classic, The Wind In The Willows For In This Entrancing, Lyrical World Of Gurgling Rivers And Whispering Reeds Live Four Of The Wisest, Wittiest, Noblest, And Most Lovable Creatures In All Literature Rat, Mole, Badger, And Toad Of Toad Hall Like True Adventurers, They Glory In Life S Simplest Pleasures And Natural Wonders But It Is Toad, Cocky And Irrepressible In His Goggles And Overcoat, Whose Passion For Motorcars Represents The Free And Fearless Spirit In All Of Us Just As It S Toad S Downfall That Inspires The Others To Test Grahame S Most Precious Theme The Miracle Of Loyalty And Friendship From The Paperback Edition.


10 thoughts on “The Wind in the Willows

  1. J.Aleksandr Wootton J.Aleksandr Wootton says:

    Trying to review The Wind in the Willows is a strange undertaking In the introduction to my copy, A A Milne wrote One can argue over the merits of most books one does not argue about The Wind in the Willows The young man gives it to the girl with whom he is in love, and if she does not like it, he asks her to return his letters The old man tries it on his nephew, and alters his will accordingly When you sit down to re


  2. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    So fun and whimsical


  3. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    An Edwardian children s book that ends with the reimposition by force of the traditional squirearchical social order on the upstart lower orders as represented by Weasels, Stoats and Ferrets.It is a through introduction to traditional British conservatism, of the Country Life rather than the Economist variety, for children with a side order of mild paganism As such is an unwitting counterpoint to The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist


  4. Anthony Buckley Anthony Buckley says:

    This book was written in 1908, when the world was being shaken by the newly self confident masses Women were propagandising for the vote the Irish were demanding Home Rule the Trade Unions were showing their strength Socialism theatened A spectre was haunting Europe, and particularly England Wind in the Willows is an elegant parable about class struggle, about the dangers of decadant country house living in the face of powerful revolutionary for


  5. Manny Manny says:

    PART TWO OF PETER JACKSON S THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS CONCLUSION Night Toad Hall, interior STEPHEN FRY as TOAD and ORLANDO BLOOM as BADGER are in the middle of a wild mel e with numerous STOATS and WEASELS BADGER It s no good, Toad There s too many of them With a blow of his cudgel, he knocks a WEASEL into the open fire TOAD We can hold them off, Badger old chap EVANGELINE LILLY as a HOT BADGER BABE crashes through the window and land


  6. Bionic Jean Bionic Jean says:

    Some of the best children s classics have started with an adult inventing stories to tell to a child Alice s Adventures in Wonderland , Winnie the Pooh , Peter Pan and even Watership Down all began this way, as did many others The Wind in the Willows is another such Like them, it is a novel which can be read on many levels, and arguably has a hidden subtext And like some others, its writing was prompted by a family tragedy.Kenneth Grahame had alrea


  7. Fabian Fabian says:

    A genuinely refreshing little romp through tunnels pastures Zen is something that s somehow very surprisingly reached This is the ultimate impression the reader is left with.Outstanding, engaging and fun than Aesop s menagerie, it moralizes vaguely on fidelity, the value of friendships associations The final sentence even addresses finally the main target audience the lil tykes and treasured ones and even sustains with the theory that looks may be deceiving the Badger is


  8. Pamela Pamela says:

    I feel like I am the only person in the universe to not get this book Perhaps I am not really human, but rather a troll or some other such hard hearted creature I suppose my main issue with this book is that I couldn t quite understand the world that Mr Grahame created Pithy words of wisdom on What It Means To Be A Child tell us that children don t have preconceptions and thus accept things readily, being shaped only by the prejudices of adults I assume most people would use tha


  9. Chris Van Dyke Chris Van Dyke says:

    This is one of those books I want to love I REALLY, really want to love this book I ve read so many essays by book lovers who have fond, childhood memories of being read this by their father, or who ushered in spring each year by taking this book to a grassy field and reading this in the first warm breezes of May I want to find the tea and boating and wooded English countrysid...


  10. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Lavishly described meandering adventures of the mild nature The Wind in the Willows has an intrinsically English flavor The characters are happy to live their ordinary lives with only a hint of interest in the wider world Too strong of an adventurous spiritedness is considered uncouth Such hearty frivolity as Toad s is frowned upon to the utmost Unfortunately this goes for the author, too Kenneth Grahame s plots are not terribly gripping due to their lack of depth He seems pleased rathe


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