Rosemary Hill rereads The Wind in the Willows Books | The Guardian

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The Win In The Willows Re-read

If Kenneth Grahame's riverbank idyll inspires nostalgia, it's because The Wind in the Willows is itself saturated in longing. The tale of Ratty and Toad was, Rosemary Hill argues, a product of its own uneasy times...

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