Objective: Removal, The Summer Catarrh, Incoming Basket, Security and Clear Days One Man's Meat is a series of monthly columns written by E. B. White for Harper's magazine and The New Yorker magazine. White had been a writer for The New Yorker magazine when he moved his wife and son from Manhattan to North Brooklin, Maine, in 1938, to experience a rural lifestyle on a working farm. This collection of 55 autobiographical essays has been in print for over 55 years and details White's transition from city life to rural life. In this lesson, students are introduced to the book and will research and discuss its author, E. B. White.
1) 1) Teacher Lecture: Introduce the book and author to the class. One Man's Meat is a series of monthly columns written by E. B. White for Harper's magazine and The New Yorker magazine. E. B. White (1899-1985) was an American author...
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