Kenneth Grahame Quotes

Then suddenly the Mole felt a great Awe fall upon him, an awe that turned his muscles to water, bowed his head, and rooted his feet to the ground. It was no panic terror - indeed he felt wonderfully at peace and happy - but it was an awe that smote and held him and, without seeing, he knew it could only mean that some august presence was very, very near.
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Biography
Profession:
Novelist
Nationality:
Scottish
Born:
March 8, 1859
Died:
June 6, 1932
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