Wind in the Willows Suggested Reading

1985-wind-willows-print400q1l5BONNIE GAARDEN, 1994. The Inner Family of The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature, 22(1), pp. 43-56.

BOONE, T., 2007. “Germs of Endearment”: The Machinations of Edwardian Children’s Fictions. Children’s Literature, 35(1), pp. 80-101.

CYNTHIA MARSHALL, 1994. Bodies and Pleasures in The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature, 22(1), pp. 58-68.

DARCY, J., 1995. The Representation of Nature in The Wind in the Willows and The Secret Garden. The Lion and the Unicorn, 19(2), pp. 211-222.

GERALDINE D. POSS, 1975. An Epic in Arcadia: The Pastoral World of The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature, 4(1), pp. 80-90.

GILEAD, S., 1987. Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows. Explicator, 46(1), pp. 33-36.

HEMMINGS, R., 2007. A Taste of Nostalgia: Children’s Books from the Golden Age-Carroll, Grahame, and Milne. Children’s Literature, 35(1), pp. 54-79.

KATHRYN V. GRAHAM, 1998. Of School and the River: The Wind in the Willows and its Immediate Audience. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 23(4), pp. 181-186.

LERER, S., 2009. Style and the Mole: Domestic Aesthetics in “The Wind in the Willows”. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 43(2), pp. 51-63.

MICHAEL MENDELSON, 1988. The Wind in the Willows and the Plotting of Contrast. Children’s Literature, 16(1), pp. 127-144.

PETER HUNT, 2010. Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows: A Children’s Classic at 100 (review). Winnipeg: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

PETER HUNT, 1988. Dialogue and Dialectic: Language and Class in The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature, 16(1), pp. 159-168.

RICHARD GILLIN, 1988. Romantic Echoes in the Willows. Children’s Literature, 16(1), pp. 169-174.

SARAH GILEAD, 1988. The Undoing of Idyll in The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature, 16(1), pp. 145-158.

SUTCLIFFE, M., 1998. A Perilous Endeavor: The Riverbank and Beyond. Children’s Literature in Education, 29(3), pp. 143-151.

THUM, M., 1992. Exploring ‘The Country of the Mind’: Mental Dimensions of Landscape in Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 17(3), pp. 27-32.

WILLIS, L., 1988. ‘A sadder and a wiser rat/He rose the morrow morn’: Echoes of the Romantics in Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 13(3), pp. 108-111.

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