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Complete text of the classic childrens book By KENNETH GRAHAME

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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
BY KENNETH GRAHAME 1908 AUTHOR OF "THE GOLDEN AGE," "DREAM DAYS," ETC.
CONTENTS
Table of Contents
THE RIVER BANK .............................................................................................................. 2
THE OPEN ROAD ............................................................................................................. 14
THE WILD WOOD ............................................................................................................ 24
MR. BADGER .................................................................................................................... 35
DULCE DOMUM ............................................................................................................... 45
CAROL ................................................................................................................................ 52
MR. TOAD ......................................................................................................................... 57
THE PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN (Is this where Pink Floyd got it ? Rod)............................ 68
TOAD'S ADVENTURES ................................................................................................... 77
WAYFARERS ALL ........................................................................................................... 86
THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF TOAD .................................................................... 99
`LIKE SUMMER TEMPESTS CAME HIS TEARS' ....................................................... 113
THE RETURN OF ULYSSES ......................................................................................... 128
SPEECH . . . . BY TOAD. . ............................................................................................. 133
TOAD'S LAST LITTLE SONG! ....................................................................................... 136