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Charlotte's Web - Chapter 18 – The Cool of the Evening Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary - The Cool of the Evening

As the evening cools, Fern runs off to ride the Ferris wheel with her friend, Henry Fussy, and Templeton ventures out to try and find a word for Charlotte. He finds a newspaper, tears a word out, and brings it back. The word is "humble." Charlotte notes that this means both "near to the ground" and "not proud." She feels this is the perfect word for Wilbur. Templeton slinks off to enjoy the smorgasbord of the Fair.

The Arables and the Zuckermans leave for the day, and Wilbur and Charlotte are alone in the pen. Wilbur asks Charlotte to sing him a song, but she says she is too tired. She assures him once again that he will be safe, and tells him that in the morning, she will show him her masterpiece.

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