THE MAN IN THE WILLOWS: The Life of Kenneth Grahame
Spending his regular days in London as Secretary of the Bank of England, but his weekends in the house in the country, Kenneth Grahame's pastoral wanderings there resulted in his masterful creation of The Wind in the Willows, the enduring classic of children's literature. The surprising life story of this Edwardian pantheist. Illustrated, some in color.
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