Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White Essay

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Charlotte’s Web Charlotte’s web is a children’s book written by E. B. White. It was illustrated by Grath Williams. The book was published in 1952 by Harper and Brothers .Charlotte's Web was published three years after he started writing it. E. B. White was born on July 11th, 1899. He was born in Mount Vernon, New York. He passed away October 1st, 1985. Charlotte’s Web was voted the top children’s book in a 2012 school survey. E. B. White was born in Mount Vernon, New York. He served in the army before going to college. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bashelor of Arts degree in 1921. While at Cornell he worked as editor of The Cornell Daily Sun. He…show more content…
No, the dad isn't more interesting than the dad. Or at least I don't think so. Some other important characters would be Charlotte, the spider. Without the spider you wouldn't have nothing to look at while Wilbur showed off at the carnival. Charlotte does relate to the plot. She lives in a barn where Wilbur was forced to move in. The movie was inspired in Maine while White was taking care of his pigs, and looked up to see a spider web in the doorway. After seeing this he decided to write a fictional story about it. The book wouldn't make sense if the setting was somewhere else. The setting is very important in the book without the barn Wilbur would've never met Charlotte and would've never made it as far as he did. Here's my summary of the book. Wilbur was born a pig who was the littlest out of the patch. The father in the book wanted to to kill the pig cause he believed he meant nothing. Once he tried killing the pig Fern went crazy. So her father decided to let her keep Wilbur until it was time to let him go. Once it was time for Wilbur to go they took him to a barn where he would live the rest of his life. Fern would go visit him everyday before school. One day when she showed up there was a web above the door. It was something she has never seen before so she went and told everyone. After she told they all waited until the next day to see what would be up next. The next day everyone in town was there to see
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