E.B. White's farm - This home of the author was located in the village of North Brooklin in Maine.
Maine - This state is the most northeastern point of the United States bordering on the Atlantic Ocean.
Children's Books - White read some of these which were sent by publishers to his wife for review.
Chickens - White raised these animals on his farm and doted on them.
Motion Picture magazine - White was isolated in his village but kept abreast of the film industry by reading this periodical.
Sheep - White raised these animals on his farm and became emotionally and physically involved with their grazing and birthing routines.
The Rural New Yorker - White looked forward to reading this periodical each month even though he knew he should probably subscribe to the New England Homestead.
Mein Kampf - This book by Adolf Hitler is...
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