Jim Corbett

Jim Corbett

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on March 8, 1859, Kenneth Grahame grew up along with his siblings at his grandmothers place in Cookham village, Berkshire. He attended St. Edwards School, Oxford, but could not continue his education at a University due to financial restrains. In 1879, he took up a career at the Bank of England on his guardians guidance. Grahame wrote and contributed stories and articles to London journals such as the National Observer, The Yellow Book, and the St. James Gazette. He also published collections of stories, sketches, and essays. Pagan Papers (1893), The Golden Age (1895), a collection reminiscing childhood, and its sequel, Dream Days (1898) were all well-received by the literary critics of the day. His best-loved work, The Wind and the Willows, was published in 1908. Grahame breathed his last on July 6, 1932, in Pangbourne, Berkshire.

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