One Man's Meat - Motor Cars, Maine Speech, Lime, Dog Training and The Wave of the Future Summary & Analysis

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Motor Cars, Maine Speech, Lime, Dog Training and The Wave of the Future Summary and Analysis

White bemoans the decline of automobiles whose designers seem more intent on aesthetic improvements than mechanical ones. White likens the public's passivity to these unnecessary changes to the inevitable union of democracies in the world only after millions have died for the design of nationalism.

In Maine Speech, White tells the reader that his speech patterns and the sounds of his words are evolving to sound like a native Maine resident. In spite of his adaptations, White says, "Persons who are not native to this locality are 'from away.' We are from away ourselves, and always will be, even if we live here the rest of our lives. You've got to be born here—otherwise...

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