New York City
E. B. White went there, many years earlier, to start his writing career.
North Brooklin, Main
This is the place where E. B. White lived at the time that he wrote this book.
This is a magazine that asked E. B. Write to come and write a piece for their publication.
The Empire State Building
This is the edifice that was put up as the highest point during the Great Depression.
Loneliness and Privacy
These are the gifts that the setting of this book bestows upon every person.
A place that White spends a great deal of time describing. White seems to long to be there, but sad at the same time over the differences in the place that holds his memories.
This is where E. B. White used to usher.
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