Describe how E.B. White creates the feeling of loneliness.
Book: Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White — Ch. 4
What does the phrase “couldn’t bear it” from page 27 show about Wilbur?
He was nervous he was turning into a bear.
He was feeling excited.
He couldn’t stand the fact that it was raining.
He really wanted to find friends.
Which detail from the text best supports the answer to Part A?
“’I get everything all beautifully planned out and it has to go and rain,’ he said.”
“’Are you out there, Templeton?’ called Wilbur.”
“Wilbur had gone to sleep thinking about these plans.”
“At six-thirty Wilbur heard the banging of a pail.”
How does E.B. White create the feeling of loneliness?
How did the other animals respond to Wilbur's request for friendship? How does this make Wilbur feel?
to put up with something difficult for a while
not warm or cheerful
not hopeful or promising