E.B. White and his Animals

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E.B. White’s anthropomorphisms became childhood story staples, but they were also were a method of expressing himself to his family, and furthermore, significant in the evolution of nature writing. This essay in the Chronicle Review considers E.B. White’s relationship with animals and how they came to inform his personal narrative.

(via Arts and Letters Daily)


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