Once More to the Lake

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E.B. White conveys an attitude of a fairy tail nature that soon turns into an attitude of harsh reality. White slowly describes his love for the lake to express the lifeline of a person. He explains how people live a dual existence from children in their fairly tail land, to adults realizing the reality that everything isn't always perfect, as everything is constantly changing.

White uses a great amount of imagery to show just how "per

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