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"Meek little Mole, willful Ratty, Badger the perennial bachelor, and petulant Toad. Since their first appearance over a hundred years ago in 1908, they've become emblematic archetypes of eccentricity, folly, and friendship. And their misadventures--in gypsy caravans, stolen sports cars, and their beloved Wild Wood--continue to capture readers' imaginations and warm their hearts long after they grow up. Begun as a series of letters from Kenneth Grahame...
2) Pagan Papers
This 1893 collection of eighteen pieces is Grahame's first book. Rather than fantasies, it contains genial, rambling essays on such subjects as "The Romance of the Road," "The Rural Pan," "The White Poppy," "The Fairy Wicket," and "The Lost Centaur." Some of the essays prefigure his fictions, especially his masterpiece, The Wind in the Willows.