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.
Holiday - 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.
Manhattan - 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.
Metropolitan Opera - This is where E. B. White used to usher.
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