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The Wind in the Willows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7-9 Summary

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Chapter 7

The Willow-Wren is singing his songs near the edge of the River Bank when Rat and Mole come along. Rat explains that Little Portly, an otter, is missing. He usually goes missing but always turns up, but the otters are still worried. Otter himself is even worried, and that is saying something. Mole decides they should help try to find Little Portly rather than go to sleep, and Rat concurs. They set out at once along the river.

They explore along the banks and through a willow tree. But as they travel, they begin to hear absolutely beautiful music, and they follow it to the source. The land before them is bright and green and beautiful and clear. They come upon a creature that is half-man and half-horse playing pipes. It is Pan. Then, the vision before them vanishes. They find Little Portly, whom they send...

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