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E. B. White

a.k.a. Elwyn Brooks White

Author Code: AEBW

Born: Jul. 11, 1899 - Mount Vernon, New York, USA

Died: Oct. 1, 1985 - North Brooklin, Maine, USA

Educated at Cornell University, White graduated in 1921. While at college, he was the co-editor of The Cornell Daily Sun. Following school, he worked for United Press (UPI) and the American Legion News Service. In 1922, he became a reporter for the Seattle Times. He then worked for a couple of years in advertising before returning to New York and joining the newly formed New Yorker as a staff writer. He published his first article in the New Yorker in 1925. He continued to work for and contribute to the New Yorker for the next six decades. In 1929, White had an affair with Katherine Angell, the literary editor, which led to her divorce and the two were subsequently married. In 1938, he also became a columnist for Harper's Magazine which lasted until 1943. It was also in the late 1930s that White began to write children's books. In 1949, he published Here Is New York, a short book that achieved some popularity. In 1963, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In 1978, white won the Pulitzer Prize for his life's work. His works include Less Than Nothing, or, the Life and Times of Sterling Finny (1927), One Man's Meat (1942), Stuart Little (1945), Charlotte's Web (1952), The Second Tree From the Corner (1954), The Elements of Style (1959), The Points of My Compass (1962) and The Trumpet of the Swan (1970).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AEBW001 Selected Poetry
  Boston Is Like No Other Place in the World, Only More So
  Card of Thanks
  Dog Around the Block
  Fashions in Dogs
  H. L. Mencken Meets a Poet in the West Side Y.M.C. A.
  I Paint What I See
  Lady Before Breakfast
  The Spider's Web
1935-1975 15 217k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Poetry' (AEBW001)   Download ePub - 'Selected Poetry' (AEBW001) Find a printed copy of Selected Poetry by E. B. White at AbeBooks

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