E.B. White: A Biography
Here is a richly detailed and vivid biography of the man who wrote Charlotte's Web, The Trumpet of the Swan, and Stuart Little; the White of “Strunk and White”; the writer whose style and humor were so important in distinguishing The New Yorker's first thirty years. Included are some fifty photographs and drawings, as well as manuscript facsimiles.
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