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Wind in the Willows

Discussion in 'Book club' started by kettlebabes, Dec 11, 2008.

  1. As it's 100 yrs old this year, i've re read this, hated it as a child, loved it now as an adult. Anybody else love or loathe it? Used it in school too - lots of cross curric. content.
  2. lurk_much

    lurk_much Occasional commenter

    I really liked it as a child, then it was ruined for me by Richard Briers reading it with voices on TV. I still have the voices when I try to re-read and it feels juvenile, it's lost its otherwordly charm.
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    I saw Alan B's Wind in the Willows at the Olivier 3 times. It was total bliss and I wish they'd do it again.
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  5. <h4>Garn it, I thought they'd fixed that problem ^
  6. a delightful book, poetic, funny, cute, heart-warming. A children's classic

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