ONE MAN'S MEAT By E. B. White
By E.B.White. With a new foreward by Roger Angell. "What is possibly the single best book on the Down East experience is finally back in print..." Down East Magazine. First published in 1942, "One Man's Meat" is E.B. White's collection of essays, originally a series of pieces for Harper's Magazine, begins when E.B. White left New York City and moved to a saltwater farm in Brooklin, Maine. White's observations on town meetings, poultry, the weather, songbirds, compost, taxes, war, winter and much more will resonate today--to anyone attuned to Maine life. From Tilbury House, Publishers. Paperback.