Charlotte's Web Analysis

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In the text Charlotte’s Web by E. B White there was great value in that work of literature. Although it is a kid’s book it had a huge theme that resonates with not only kids, but adults and those values still stand the same today. One of the morals in the book was friendship not just any friendship but true friendship and how important it is for us as people to choose good friends. Growing up I had to learn that everyone wasn’t my friend they didn’t have my best interest at heart. Some people were out to hurt me or had a hidden agenda such as hanging out with me to get closer to others. With age comes wisdom and I have learned not to call everyone a friend. In the novel Wilbur wanted a friend and he found that true friendship in Charlotte. …show more content…

Really?” cried Wilbur. Who’s going to save me? I am, “said Charlotte (51) She worked so hard to help save his life. She created new words in her web that described Wilbur and consoles him when he is down. She does all of this out of the goodness of her heart not for anything more and when Charlotte dies Wilbur looks after her kids not because he has to, but because of his loyalty to Charlotte. He loved Charlotte and valued her friendship and saving his life. “But you saved me, Charlotte, and I would gladly give my life for you- I really would.”(164) When someone you care about is in a dilemma it is hard for a real friend to sit a watch knowing that their friend is in need without trying to assist in anyway. I remember being Wilbur trying to fit in and looking for that real friend. It took me a while to have but now in my adult life I can say I have true friends that I can talk to and don’t just tell me what I want to hear. They also don’t judge me for the decisions I make in my life, but they stand by me and are their cheering me on every step of the way and will help pick me up when I fall. This book conveys a positive, powerful and loving friendship for children using animals. The children aren’t the only ones that can relate to the message this books

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