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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1.Trips to lake as kid, also his decision to go back with his son.2. White uses vivid imagery when describing the lake and the surrounding area, he also appeals to the five sense focusing mainly on smell...."how the bedroom smelled of the lumber it was made of and of the wet woods whose scent entered through the screen.3. White wanted to revisit the lake to experience his nostalgic feelings towards the lake. 1. White's identity crisis, the parallelism between the dragonfly and himself, the changes of the lake2. The emphasis on parallelism of the dragonfly and himself....."There had been no years between the ducking of the dragonfly and the other one-the one that was part of memory.White had a melancholic attitude of the changes of the lake...."had always been three....was narrowed down to two.....I missed terribly the third..."3.To set up the epiphany for latter on.,what is there is there and that nothing can really change, to show how objects of our lives can change. 1. The change in the motorboats2. Its effect on his syntax..."Peace and goodness and jollity. The only things that was wrong now, really, was the sound of the place, an unfamiliar nervous sound of the outboard motors..."3. Before going on to detail his distaste for the outboard motor, White begins with his common syntax style. The difference in sentence content and length corresponds with thejuxtaposition of his nostalgia and the present reality. 1. Reigning down on the progression of the lake and the identity crisis2. "we would go up to the store and the things were in the same place - the minnows in a bottle, the plugs and spinners disarranged...It was like the revival of an old melodrama that I had seen long ago with childish awe.""Everywhere we went I had trouble making our which was I, the one walking at my side, the one walking in my pants"3. White having realized already that time is progressing is still eager to grasp any link to his childhood memory of the lake as he describes all the specific itemsthat seem relativley familiar. At the same time he is stilltroubled by his identity crisis. double click to change this header text! 1. The epiphany2. "..with not thought of going in I watched him, his hard little body skinny and bare, saw him wince slightly as he pulled up around his vitals the small, soggy icy garment. As he buckled the swollen belt, suddenly my groin felt the chill of death."3. E. B. WhiteOnce More To The Lake
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