One Man's Meat - Songbirds, Questionnaire, Aunt Poo, Book Learning and Morningtime and Eveningtime Summary & Analysis

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Songbirds, Questionnaire, Aunt Poo, Book Learning and Morningtime and Eveningtime Summary and Analysis

It is now April 1942 and White tells his readers that he registered for the draft in February and that sugar rationing starts next week. Despite the pall of the war, White delights in the rush of springtime whose arrival is announced by various songbirds. White tries to identify the different species of birds but finds that he cannot keep up with his necessary farm work while also trying to watch the birds. White also gets involved in the emergency drills in the village and serves as one of the men who would announce the necessity to turn out lights and blacken windows in the event of an air raid.

In Questionnaire, White receives an occupational questionnaire from the Selective Service headquarters regarding the...

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