Book essay - Chudry 1 Affera Chudry Prof. Wilkowski ENGL...

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Chudry 1 Affera Chudry Prof. Wilkowski ENGL 1201 EC July 9 th , 2007 A Journey through Transformation Johann Schiller once said, “It is not flesh and blood but the heart which makes us fathers and sons,” which is demonstrated in E.B White’s “Once More to the Lake.”   This story is a narrative tale, regarding an intimate connection between a father and his son. The narrator tells the tale of how a father reminisces, regarding the time he had spent with his son camping by a lake in Maine, as his inevitable death looms. The father recalls the aroma of the camping site, the emotions he felt, and the bond that was born and nurtured between them. Many can relate to this tale, including myself. I have always had a deep and intimate connection with both of my parents, and because every relationship needs time to develop, so did ours with each trip. Every summer, my family and I visited Washington, D.C. We would drive up for four hours restlessly; impatiently counting down the time. Our two weeks were spent
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course ENGL 1201 taught by Professor Wilkowski during the Spring '08 term at Seton Hall.

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Book essay - Chudry 1 Affera Chudry Prof. Wilkowski ENGL...

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