The Wind in the Willows | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Juanita Price

This literature criticism consists of approximately 10 pages of analysis & critique of The Wind in the Willows.
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Critical Essay by Juanita Price

SOURCE: Price, Juanita. “Kenneth Grahame's Creation of a Wild Wood.” AB Bookman's Weekly 81 (25 January 1988): 265-71.

In the following essay, Price traces the origins of The Wind in the Willows.

One of this century's beloved children's books, popular on both sides of the Atlantic, originated in a series of letters the author wrote to his young son.

What Kenneth Grahame wrote as The Wind in the Willows was a single work of the highest artistry to which any child or adult can return at different times and derive fresh aesthetic joy and revelation. His book is one by which a reader can measure a part of himself—that part which has an affinity with the natural world—with a certain style of writing, and with Grahame&#x...

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