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The Wind in the Willows Symbols & Objects

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Motor Car

The Motor Car, a new invention, is all the rage and Toad’s new fad. He crashes seven of them and steals two more. They land him in jail the first time and hot water the second time.

Gypsy Caravan

A gypsy caravan wagon is purchased by Toad. It is one of his fads. He embarks on an adventure with Rat and Mole in a caravan, but it is overturned by a passing motor car and rendered inoperable.

Pistols

Pistols are worn and used by Rat, Mole, Toad, and Badger when they reclaim Toad Hall. Pistols are also wielded and used by the Wild Wooders that have taken over Toad Hall.

Picnic Lunch

Picnic lunches are packed by Rat to be enjoyed by him and Mole while out boating, including on their first leisurely afternoon. While boating, Mole becomes excited by the prospect of rowing...

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