Charlotte's Web Essay examples

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Charlotte's Web Charlotte's Web is a moving story about farm animals. Many writers use abstract and abstruse diction to interpret a particular idea but E. B. White is different. The language used, the style, and the plots in this book are very humorous that I find it so impressive. The author, E. B. White, excels in creating animal characters that can talk and feel normally like humans as a simple farm was depicted as a lively family.

Wilbur, the protagonist, is a runt among a litter of pigs. He would be slaughtered if Fern, the farmer's daughter, didn't stop his father from killing the pig. Persuaded
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Another word 'HUMBLE' is woven by her, which keeps on attracting people at the fair. At last, Wilbur wins the special prize for 'the most terrific, radiant and humble pig that has fascinated many visitors to the great County Fair'. This is the greatest moment in both the lives of Wilbur and Charlotte. From then on, Wilbur is cleared of being killed, and instead, he receives a most comfortable life.

However, good times don't last long for Charlotte, as she becomes feebler and feebler and she dies soon after Wilbur's triumph, leaving an egg sac which carries all her eggs. Eventually, Wilbur, being the best friend of her, brings the egg sac home for Charlotte's sake and he is glad to see her next generation later in spring.

You may find it ridiculous to come across such unusual friendship - friendship between a spider and a pig. They belong to two animal species which are worlds apart. Spiders are cold-blooded and always occupy dark corners, capturing insects; while pigs are mammals that are used to living under warm sunlight and hoping to be fed. See the difference? However, this story conveys to us a message that a sincere friendship will not be wavered by external factors such as nationalities, religions and family backgrounds. Charlotte and Wilbur are good examples. Charlotte, although feeling weary and is about to lay eggs, comes with Wilbur
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