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Charlotte's Web Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 – Loneliness Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary - Loneliness

The day after his big escape, Wilbur awakens to find his plans for the day ruined by rain. He had managed to plan his day out, down to the hour, and is driven to despair to see those plans washed away by the rain. He is so miserable that he can't even bring himself to eat the slop Lurvy brings.

To cheer himself up, Wilbur sets out to find a friend who will play with him. First he approaches the goose, but she is busy sitting on her eggs. The lamb, his next attempt, rejects him, saying that he cannot jump the fence to get into Wilbur's pen, and even if he could, he's not interested in socializing with pigs. In desperation, Wilbur asks Templeton, the rat who lives under his trough, to play with him, but Templeton is far more interested in eating...

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