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The Wind in the Willows Setting

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Mole's Burrow

Small, but comfortable, and full of aesthetic belongings, Mole’s Burrow is home to Mole. It is left and visited by Mole throughout the book. Mole’s Burrow is where Rat comes to spend the night and to listen to the Field Mice sing Christmas carols.

The River

The River lies near the meadow. It is the home of Rat, Otter, and Toad. It is also the river into which Toad’s private creek feeds. Many of the adventures that Rat and Mole have occur along the River.

The Wild Wood

The Wild Wood is a dark and forbidding place, and it is where Badger lives. The Wild Wood has a bad and wild reputation, until the battle at Toad Hall turns the occupants of the Wild Wood into respectable people. Mole and Rat become lost in the Wild Woods during a snowstorm, but they are rescued...

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