One Man's Meat - A Shepherd's Life, Compost, Freedom, The Practical Farmer and Sanitation Summary & Analysis

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A Shepherd's Life, Compost, Freedom, The Practical Farmer and Sanitation Summary and Analysis

White reveals the unexpected emotional investment he has in his small herd of sheep. This comes as a surprise to White who had expected that he would provide for the sheep and they would self manage. However, White finds himself nervous when new lambs are about to be born and is drawn into both the physical and emotional aspects of the birthing process.

In Compost, it is June 1940 and White is distracted by the news from the Battle of France and he apologizes to the reader for his choppy thoughts and writing style. In that vein, White writes that nothing can be worked out to the advantage of the human race as long as men's minds are restricted by current boundaries. Hitler has...

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