The Wind in the Willows

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The Wind in the Willows

Kenneth Grahame

(From Spoken English Example Videos for Language Study)

The Classic Children's Story, read by Guilitis 2010

Difficulty level: 6/10

Dialect: British (RP) English

Though clearly a children's story, few stories of any sort approach the eloquence and poignancy of The Wind in the Willows. For full text, see The Wind in the Willows Page. This is a playlist of the full text read by an artist who loves and understand the work and whose speech is entirely suited to it.

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