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Here Is New York Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

New York

New York is the place that E. B. writes the book about. He went there, many years earlier, to start his writing career. White describes the state of New York from his youth as compared to the New York of the current date when he was writing.

North Brooklin, Main

The place where E. B. White lived at the time that he wrote "Here is New York". White and his family had moved away from there years before, but White still remembers the place and what it had looked like and what had and hadn't changed.

Holiday

A magazine in New York that asked E. B. Write to come and write a piece for their publication. This was the magazine that published "Here is New York." This is also the magazine that his stepson works for.

The Empire State Building

The building that was put up...

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