Categories: Fictional, Literature
Picture source: www.telegraph.co.uk
Written by Kenneth Grahame, much of it based on a series of letters to he wrote to his son. First published October 1908.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
The Wind in the Willows
Kenneth Grahame, 1859 - 1932, author of 'The Wind in the Willows" lived here,...
There is little evidence to support the existence of this camp. So, rather cheekily, we've categorised it as "Fictional".
Place, Fictional, Romans
Originated in France as an album and then briefly as a show. Cameron Mackintosh got hold of it and the English show opened at the Barbican Centre in 1985. Moved first to the Palace and then on 3 A...
Media, Fictional, Music / songs, Theatre
A character in the Star Wars series. He is a Wookiee from the planet Kashyyyk, and is the loyal friend and first mate of Han Solo. He was portrayed in the films by the 7' 3" tall actor Peter Mayhew.
Person, Cinema, Fictional
A war play by Hubert Griffith, set in WW1. Shown as a ITV Play of the Week in 1963. This play opened The Duchess Theartre in 1929.
Fiction, Fictional, Theatre
Fictitious aunt of the equally fictitious Phileas Fogg who is the central character in the novel 'Around the World in Eighty Days' by Jules Verne.