Letters of E. B. White - One Man's Meat: 1937-1941 Summary & Analysis

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One Man's Meat: 1937-1941 Summary and Analysis

In 1937, White already is dreaming of making their Maine home a year-round residence. Always attuned to the cycles of the earth, E.B. could barely endure spring without experiencing incubation of eggs and blossoming of trees. Both E.B. and Katherine have deep ties, emotional and professional, to The New Yorker but by 1938 he convinces his wife to try year-round residence in North Brookline. Once they move in, Katharine receives a steady stream of manuscripts and scripts in the mail as she continues in the role of fiction editor and reviews children's books. E.B. continues to produce newsbreaks for the magazine on a regular basis as well as occasional commentary pieces. Before leaving New York, White negotiates an agreement with Harper's magazine to write a monthly column from Maine, called "One Man's Meat" for...

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