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White, E. B

Oct 15, 2012 — E.B. White's classic children's book is ostensibly about a spider and a pig. But author Michael Sims says the story is really about the barn the critters live in, based on a real barn on White's Maine farm.
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Jul 14, 2011 — NPR coverage of The Story of Charlotte's Web: E. B. White's Eccentric Life in Nature and the Birth of an American Classic by Michael Sims. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
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Jul 5, 2011 — It all started one morning in 1949, when White discovered a beautiful web in his barn, glistening with dew. In The Story of Charlotte's Web, Michael Sims explores how White wrote his magical meditation on time, mortality and friendship — for children.
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Aug 4, 2008 — She's a spider's spider — sophisticated, pretty (by her own account), authoritarian — and she says something profound about love and commitment. Melissa Block looks at the heroine of Charlotte's Web.
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Mar 10, 2007Letters of E.B. White collects the correspondence of the writer and his family. His stepson, New Yorker editor and author Roger Angell, says the letters reveal more about a "modest" and "exacting" writer who "wanted to get things right."
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