MP Wind in the Willows -- Chapters 11 & 12 -- Quotes
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"Such trials, such sufferings, and all so nobly borne!"
Toad (boasting to Ratty immediately after Ratty rescues him from the river)
"Do you mean to tell me that you've heard nothing about the Stoats and Weasels?"
Rat (to Toad, informing him of the fate of Toad Hall)
"Stuff and nonsense!"
Toad (to a ferret sentry at Toad Hall)
"You don't deserve to have such true and loyal friends ..."
Rat (to Toad, rebuking him for his ingratitude for the affliction that Badger and Mole have borne on Toad's behalf)
"I shall go and enlist for a soldier ..."
Toad (to Badger, when Badger says attacking the Wild Wooders is useless)
"Don't say 'learn 'em,' Toad. It's not good English."
Rat (correcting Toad's improper grammar)
"Want any washing done today?"
Mole (to the stoats on sentry duty, while posing as a washerwoman)
"You have managed excellently, and I begin to have great hopes of you."
Badger (praising Mole for his clever deception of the stoats)
"Good Mole! Clever Mole!"
Badger (further praising Mole for his clever deception of the stoats)
"Toad he went a-pleasuring."
Chief Weasel (entertaining his banquet guests by mocking Toad)
"The hour is come! Follow me!"
Badger (to Mole, Rat, and Toad, leading them to the charge in Toad's dining hall)
"I'd send Rat, if he wasn't a poet."
Badger (sending Mole upstairs to make the prisoners clean the bedrooms)
"Mayn't I sing them just one little? song"
Toad (when Rat and Badger insist that he make no speeches and sing no songs at his banquet)
"You have conquered, my friends."
Toad (to Rat and Badger, agreeing to neither speak nor sing st the banquet)
"O dear, O dear, this is a hard world!
Toad (being forced to remain humble and silent from boasting at his banquet)
"I feel like a brute."
Rat (to Badger, regretting having to force Toad to be modest)
"Toad! Speech! Speech fro Toad! Song!"
the younger animals at Toad's banquet (disappointed with Toad's new modesty)
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