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The Wind in the Willows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4-6 Summary

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Chapter 4

After what seems like an eternity, Mole and Rat receive a response at Badger’s door. Badger is cranky that someone has disturbed him at such a time of night, but when he sees that it is Rat and Mole, his tone changes to friendly, and he lets them in quickly. He brings them before a warm fire and gives them supper. Badger’s home is one of many tunnels and halls and passageways, mysterious and exciting. Badger even attends to Mole’s hurt shin, bandaging it up properly.

After the three animals eat, they sit before the fire, and Badger asks for news of the River, especially about Toad. Rat reveals that Toad has taken to driving motor cars, crashing one after another, insisting always on driving himself rather than hiring a driver. Toad has owned seven motor cars in succession by this point. The...

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