E. B White
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In print for over fifty years, One Man's Meat continues to delight readers with E. B. White's witty, succinct observations on daily life at a Maine saltwater farm.
Too personal for an almanac, too sophisticated for a domestic history, and too funny and self-doubting for a literary journal, One Man's Meat can best be described as a primer of a countryman's lessons and a timeless recounting of experience that will never go out...