White, one finds many interesting correlations between E. He makes a story about a small character named Stuart Little. Another would be that, he lived on a farm in his later years and had some animals, even a pig. In the story Charlotte's Web, a pig is the main character and it is helped by a spider to keep it from going to the butcher shop. You would also find out where his writing career started and ended. You'll find out about some of his inspirations that he uses, for example, the farm. As you read, you'll find out that he was a creative person whose stories are loved by many children.
Leading American essayist and literary stylist of his time. White was known for his crisp, gracefull, relaxed style. White's stories ranged from satire to children's fiction. White often wrote from the perspective of slightly ionic onlooker, he also was a sensitive spokesman for the freedom of the individual. After graduating from Cornell University in 1921, White worked in some misellaneous jobs, such as a repoter for United Press American Legion News Service, and the Seattle Times. In 1924, he returned to New York. He worked as a production assistant and advertising copywriter before joining the newly established New Yorker. There he met his wife, Katherine Sergeant Angell, who was the magazines literary editor. E.B. White married Katherine in 1929. For 11 years he wrote for the magazine's editorial essays and contributed verse and other pieces. From 1929 White worked for The New Yorker's weekly magazine, remaing on it's staff for the rest of his career. White's favorite subjects were the complexities of modern society, failures of technological progress, the pleasures of urban and rural lie, and internationalism. He skeptical of about organized religion, and advocating a respect for nature and simple living.
From 1933 to 1943, he wrote and edited a column called "One Man's Meat" for Harper's Magazine.