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An Unwanted Transformation in E.B. White's "Once More to the Lake"

Summary: A study of E.B. White's conflict within himself regarding his growing older and the aspects of the lake he visited annually as a child that relate to it, as White depicted in his short story "Once More to the Lake."
An Unwanted Transformation

in E.B. White's "Once More to the Lake"

"Once More to the Lake," by E.B. White is a short story in which White recalls his annual summer vacations to the lake, and in turn develops a conflict within himself regarding the static and dynamic characteristics of this lake, and their relation to the changes that White himself is experiencing as he is growing older. When White takes his son to the lake, he comes to the sharp realization that certain aspects of both the lake and himself are different, and with a sense of reminiscence, White takes us from the time his father first took him to the lake, and tells the new story of his most recent visit when he is no longer a boy, but a father, showing his son this "holy place" for the very first time. Throughout the story...

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