Analysis Of The Book ' The Great Gatsby ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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“Friendship is one of the most satisfying things in the world.” (White, 1952) Wilbur is thinking this quote when he reflects on how happy he is with the friends he has made. Creating friendships take time, dedication, and may be difficult, however, Wilbur was fortunate and made friends who made sacrifices to keep him alive. Charlotte’s Web, written by E.B. White, is a novel that starts out about a pig named Wilbur that is in trouble of getting slaughtered because he is the runt. A little girl named Fern saves his life and the pig is sold to a local farm, however then he is in danger of becoming the Christmas dinner. A friendly spider in the farmhouse sees Wilbur upset and develops a plan that saves the young pigs life. The spider, Charlotte, writes different phrases in her spider web about the pig and this convinces people that Wilbur is a special pig. Wilbur is entered into the county fair to show the crowd of his special talent and wins the prize at the fair. Charlotte at this time is dying and Wilbur saves her sac of 514 eggs and they all hatch at the farm. In Charlotte’s Web the main character, Wilbur the pig, experiences the significance of friendship when it helps save his life and E.B. White reveals how sacrifice and putting others first is an essential part of a friendship.
The book begins with Mr. Arable walking out of the house to the hog house with an ax planning to kill the runt pig. The daughter Fern is very upset by this action and says, “this is the most…

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