Letters of E. B. White Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Writing under a nom de plume, what does White express concern over? (from One Man's Meat: 1937-1941)

2.

What reason does White give his agent for putting the book, Charlotte's Web, aside for a while? (from Turtle Bay, 1950-1951)

3.

In a letter to Stanley, how often does White say he puts his head in traction? (from Will Strunk's Little Book, 1955-1959)

4.

How many freedoms are included in the pamphlet that the Office of Facts and Figures hires White to work on in 1941? (from The War Years: 1942-1945)

5.

What trouble does White mention he has when writing, due to his impaired vision? (from E.B. White, a Biography, 1982-1985)

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