Kenneth Grahame about past (“The Wind in the Willows”, 1908) - Animals arrived, liked the look of the place, took up their quarters, settled down, spread, and flourished. They didn't bother themselves about the past—they never do; they're too busy.
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Animals arrived, liked the look of the place, took up their quarters, settled down, spread, and flourished. They didn't bother themselves about the past—they never do; they're too busy.
 Kenneth GrahameThe Wind in the Willows (1908). copy citation

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