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Graham Robertson

(Walford Graham Robertson)

Illustrator

(1866 - 1948)

Graham Robertson

When “The Wind in the Willows” was originally published, it had a frontispiece illustration by the noted British artist (Walford) Graham Robertson (1866–1948) but no other illustrations.



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The Annotated Wind in the Willows (2009)

Copious notes and illustrations combine to give a new look to an old favorite.

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The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1904)

In the London of 1984, Adam Wayne takes up his sword to halt the construction of a bypass through his London district of Notting Hill. Read online at archive.org.

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The Wind in the Willows (1908)

Mole goes out on a fine spring day and meets the water rat by the riverside. Before he knows it he is wrapped up in the doings of the river dwellers, including the notorious Toad. Read online at archive.org.

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