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Where E.B. White Wrote ‘Charlotte’s Web’

A small shack with cedar shingles sits on the shore of a wide bay

With each step away from the old brown barn and to the shed, we see living relics from White’s world: A lush emerald garden. His old chicken chopping block. A tall apple tree doubling as a raccoon lookout. The sterling pond, large brown geese skirting its brim. And then, as if it was just a shed, his writing studio appears.

Mira Ptacin, who calls herself a “New York Times bestselling ghostwriter,” visits the old Maine home of E.B. White.

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