The Wind In The Willows Audiobook (BBC, RP English)



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Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)


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toad was nervous, but the rat, nodding mysteriously at him, went straight up to the door and opened it. And in walked Mr Badger, he had all the appearance of one who for some nights have been kept away from home and all its little comforts and conveniences. His shoes were covered with mud, and he was looking very rough and tussled. But then he had never been a very smart man. The badger. At the best of times, he came solemnly up to Toad, shook him by the poor and said, Welcome home towed. Alas, what am I saying? Home. Indeed, this is a poor, homecoming unhappy toad. Then he turned his back on him, sat down to the table, drew his chair up and helped himself to a large slice of cold pie. Toad was quite alarmed at this very serious and portentous style of greeting, but the rat whispered to him, Never mind. Don't take any notice and don't say anything to him just yet. He's always rather low and despondent. When he's wanting his Victuals in half an hour's time, he'll be quite a different animal