Unformatted text preview: brought forth by this place. I almost felt as if I was right there beside him, rising in the early morning, and sneaking off for a canoe ride. It was a poignant experience for him, and his writing style expresses that in a matter that makes the reader wish they were right there with him in the moment. I really admire a writer who is able to convey such emotion with so few words. White, E.B. (n.d.). Once More To The Lake. In Cohen. (2007). 50 essays: a portable anthology. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s....
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- Winter '11
- Writing, E. B. White, The Lake, childhood vacation spot