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  • Charlotte's Web
    The farm is the main setting for the novel Charlotte's Web. It is there that Wilbur faces his trials and is saved by various characters. Interestingly, both of Wilbur's "saviors" are female...

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    The universal message that an author wants the reader to walk away with after reading a story is the literary element called a theme. Most often, these themes have something to do with what it...

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    In Charlotte's Web, Wilbur is a role model to children because he submerges his identity into something larger than himself. Death is a reality in Charlotte's Web. From the opening line of "Where's...

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    I would argue that Wilbur is not a strong-minded pig. From the very beginning of the story, Wilbur depends on other people and animals to keep him alive, to help him find his way, and to accomplish...

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    E. B. White's Charlotte's Web certainly does bring up the issue of raising runt pigs. When raising pigs for food or to sell as food for profit, size matters. Runts, even when fully grown, will...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    Fern Arable, a little girl, saves a piglet from being killed due to his small size. She names him Wilbur. Wilbur is sold to Fern's uncle and lives on his farm. Wilbur meets a spider named...

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    There are many different human and animal characters in E.B. White's animal fable Charlotte's Web. Here is a list and short description of the characters in the novel. Wilbur- The main character...

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    Technically, the setting of the story is the author's farm. White turned his personal farm into a fictional setting for his story. We are not told a specific town or area in the story, but we are...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    At the fair, Charlotte dies before she is able to return to the Zuckerman farm, but after laying her eggs. Wilbur convinces Templeton to hide the egg sack in his crate so that they can bring them...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    The story opens on Arable's farm where his sow has just given birth to a litter of piglets. When Mr. Arable discovers one is a runt, he wants to kill it. His 8 year old daughter, Fern, however,...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    When I think of the friendships that come to mind in the book, particularly those between Wilbur and Charlotte herself, a variety of ideas about friendship come up. The first is the idea that...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    Charlotte is the spider who weaves the webs of wonder. Wilbur is the pig who befriends Charlotte. Fern is Mr. Arable's daughter and Wilbur's friend. Zuckerman is the farmer who takes care of the...

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    One thing that I think you can learn from this book is that true friends are very important. If it were not for Charlotte, Wilbur would have gotten killed. But Charlotte goes to the trouble of...

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    The last way that Wilbur ever communicates with Charlotte is by giving her a wink. He does this as he is begin put into his crate to go back home from the fair. He cannot say anything to her...

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    I would say that the protagonist in the story is Charlotte the spider while the antagonist is the farmer, Homer Zuckerman. The conflict between them is that Homer wants to kill Wilbur while...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    To me, there are a couple of things that you could say she is parodying. First, the whole thing is a parody of a "fish story." Fishermen are notorious for telling tall tales about their exploits...

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    Mr. Zuckerman pays six dollars for Wilbur. Fern desperately wants to keep the little pig close by and begs her father to sell the pig to her Uncle Homer, who lives down the road. "Your Uncle...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    This is a classic tale about the friendship between a pig, Wilbur, and a spider, Charlotte. Charlotte is very clever, and she manages to save Wilbur from becoming dinner for the humans by weaving...

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  • Charlotte's Web
    Mr. John Arable and Mrs. Arable.

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    In Charlotte's Web, Charlotte the spider dies because she is old - in spider-years, at least. Most spiders have a very short lifespan. They hatch from eggs in the spring, mature, and then lay their...

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