Who is Grahame?

  • (noun): English writer (born in Scotland) of children's stories (1859-1932).
    Synonyms: Kenneth Grahame


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Alan Grahame
... Alan William Grahame (born 5 February 1954), is a former Speedway rider ... He finished runner-up to his brother Andy Grahame in the 1982 British Speedway Championship ...
Charlotte Grahame
... Charlotte Grahame is the Executive Director of Hockey Administration for the Colorado Avalanche ... Her son, John Grahame had his name engraved on the Cup as a member of the 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning ... Her husband Ron Grahame was part of the trade which eventually brought Ray Bourque to the Boston Bruins, whom her son John would later become a teammate of ...
Grahame - Members of The New South Wales Legislative Assembly
... William Grahame (1808-1890) - member for Monaro 1865-69 and 1872-74 William Grahame (1841-1906) - member for Newcastle 1889-89 and 1891-94 William Calman Grahame - member for Wickham 1907-20 ...
The Fix (musical) - Musical Numbers
... Company "One, Two, Three" ( play clip ) – Cal, Ensemble "Embrace Tomorrow" – Violet, Grahame, Bobby "Army Chant/Control" – Reed, Cal "America's Son" – Cal, Violet, Grahame, Leslie, Supporters, Newscaster "I ...
The Golden Age (Grahame)
... of childhood, written by Kenneth Grahame and originally published in book form in 1895, in London by The Bodley Head, and in Chicago by Stone Kimball ... Typical of his culture and his era, Grahame casts his reminiscences in imagery and metaphor rooted in the culture of Ancient Greece to the children whose ... Grahame's reminiscences, in The Golden Age and in the later Dream Days (1898), were notable for their conception "of a world where children are locked ...

Famous quotes containing the word grahame:

    The world has held great Heroes,
    As history books have showed;
    But never a name to go down to fame
    Compared with that of Toad!
    —Kenneth Grahame (1859–1932)

    All along the backwater,
    Through the rushes tall,
    Ducks are a-dabbling,
    Up tails all!
    —Kenneth Grahame (1859–1932)