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The Wind in the Willows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12

That night, Badger, Rat, Toad, and Mole, all arm themselves to the teeth. They use a secret passageway to enter Toad Hall through the Butler’s Pantry. Meanwhile, they can overhear the weasels, the leaders of the Wild Wooders, partying in the banquet hall, while all the other animals are on guard. The four friends leap out, scaring many of the weasels away, knocking others out, and fighting still more weasels who in turn, flee. The animals outside flee as well. The knocked-out weasels are taken prisoner. They promise not to bother them again and are released.

Toad, who is very pleased with himself, decides that a banquet with invitations shall be in order. Toad even writes a program of entertainment for the evening, with speeches and poems and songs by him. Rat and Mole tell Toad there shall be no such things at the banquet. Toad...

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