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Guide to the classics: The Wind in the Willows — a tale of wanderlust, male bonding, and timeless delight

By Kate Cantrell, Lecturer - Creative Writing & English Literature, University of Southern Queensland
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Written by Kenneth Grahame as a story for his young son, The Wind in the Willows has also been read as a social satire and a gay allegory.

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