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" Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Wide World,' [said the Rat]. 'And that's something that doesn't matter, either to you or me. I've never been there, and I'm never going, nor you either, if you've got any sense at all. Don't ever refer to it again... "
The Wind in the Willows - Page 12
by Kenneth Grahame - 1908 - 302 pages
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A Fourth Reader

Hannah Theresa McManus, John Henry Haaren - Readers - 1917 - 320 pages
...there's no denying it, and then — well, you can't really trust them, and that's the fact. ' ' The Mole dropped the subject. "And beyond the Wild Wood again?"...you either, if you've got any sense at all. Don't 147 Leaving the main stream, they now passed into what seemed at first sight like a. little land-locked...
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The Definition of Literature and Other Essays

W. W. Robson, William Wallace Robson - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 284 pages
...and Home'. We feel that the poetry he writes would be 'Georgian' poetry. He rejects the far horizon. 'Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Wide World,' said...sense at all. Don't ever refer to it again, please.' But in this momentary contrast between Rat and Mole we have an anticipation of the deeper threat to...
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Debates in Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology

Derek Matravers, Jonathan E. Pike - Philosophy - 2003 - 454 pages
...be hills or perhaps they mayn't, and something like the smoke of towns, or is it only cloud drift?' 'Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Wide World,' [said...sense at all. Don't ever refer to it again, please.' I The Rat, so very sound in his opinions about most things, boats especially, seems in this moment...
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Debates in Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology

Derek Matravers, Jonathan E. Pike - Philosophy - 2003 - 454 pages
...be hills or perhaps they mayn't, and something like the smoke of towns, or is it only cloud drift?' 'Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Wide World,' [said...got any sense at all. Don't ever refer to it again, please.'1 The Rat, so very sound in his opinions about most things, boats especially, seems in this...
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On Education

Harry Brighouse, Associate Professor of Philosophy Harry Brighouse - Education - 2006 - 143 pages
...quotes Kenneth Grahame's Water Rat from Wind in the Willows: Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Wild World. And that's something that doesn't matter, either to...got any sense at all. Don't ever refer to it again, please.8 Contrast the Water Rat's words with Leon Rosselson's sardonic lines: The state of the nation...
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The Wind in the Willows

Martin Woodside, Kenneth Grahame - JUVENILE FICTION - 2007 - 152 pages
...something like the smoke of towns, or is only a cloud drift?" "Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Human World," said the Rat, "and that's something that doesn't matter, either to you or to me. I've never been there and I'm never going, nor you, either, if you've got any sense. Now then!...
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