The Wind in the Willows

What is the author's tone in The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame?

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The tone of this story is playful with a sense of nostalgia for innocence. Even though there are adventures, there is always a tone playful safety. As Mole discovers more of river life there is also a tone of discovery while rooted in sense of place.