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E. B. Whites book, "Here is New York", gives a detailed description of parts of New York and the difference between the New York of 1948 and the New York that White first visited when he was a young man starting out writing. While White is quick to describe many parts of New York that he doesn't approve of, he has a clear place for New York in his heart and stands by the city to defend it.

The introduction to E. B. White's "Here is New York" was written by Roger Angell, who was White's stepson. Angell explains about time in which White wrote about New York and how things have changed. White himself had things in his story that had already changed when it was published but didn't want to change it for the reader. He wanted the reader to do that...

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