One Man's Meat - Removal, The Summer Catarrh, Incoming Basket, Security and Clear Days Summary & Analysis

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This book is a series of monthly columns written by E.B. White for Harper's magazine and The New Yorker magazine. The columns are intended to provide readers with information about White's experiences living on a saltwater farm in Maine.

In 1938, E.B. White sells half his household possessions and moves his wife and son to their farm in Maine. White has mixed feelings as the items are sold off and remnants of his life are scattered. This is especially trying for White who loves order and is constantly straightening rugs and pictures hanging on walls in the new house.

In the next article, it is July of 1938 and White tells of the severity of the hay fever which he has in common with Daniel Webster, one...

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