"Angell writes of White in the foreword:'I think One Man's Meat was the making of him as a writer...'" -- Publishers Weekly, July 21, 1997
"Great writing like White's is timeless - a description that also fits Maine." -- Maine Sunday Telegram, July 19, 1998
"Modest in its size and presumptions, engaging in tone...resisted becoming historic...nonstop run of 55 years in print." -- New York TImes Book Review, August 3, 1997
"This remarkable body of writing stands today, after half a century, as one of the greatest books ever written..." -- DownEast Magazine, December 1997
"collection of essays...captures themes...present with us today in the conflicts between war and peace, freedom and protection." --Mainebiz, June 21, 2004
From the Publisher
First published in 1944, this classic collection of enduring commentaries is reissued here with a new introduction by the author. "Superb reading."--The New Yorker
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