Writings from the New Yorker 1927-1976: Three Voices No One Heard Until a Therapist Listened
Publisher: Harper PerennialFormat: Paperback
This collection of 161 essays from “The New Yorker” shows E.B. White's changing concerns over 50 years, from a young voice full of creative promise in the 1920s and 1930s to a confident maturity with controlled wit and tone. Examining different subjects and approaches, changing attitudes and ideas, all the essays are expressed with an elegance of language that blurs the distinction between poetry and prose. E.B. White is the author of “Charlotte's Web”.
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