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The Wind in the Willows is narrated by a third-person, omniscient narrator.
The Wind in the Willows is told in the past tense.
The Wind in the Willows refers literally to the breeze that passes through the willow trees. The wind also symbolizes nature, friendship, and the country life Rat and Mole embody.
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