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This morning each thin strand was decorated with dozens of tiny beads of water. The web glistened in the light and made a pattern of loveliness and mystery, like a delicate veil. Even Lurvy, who wasn't particularly interested in beauty, noticed the web when he came with the pig's breakfast. He noted how clearly it showed up and he noted how big and carefully built it was. And then he took another look and he saw something that made him set his pail down. There, in the center of the web, neatly woven in block letters, was a message.
It said:. Lurvy felt weak. He brushed his hand across his eyes and stared harder at Charlotte's web. He dropped to his knees and uttered a short prayer. Then, forgetting all about Wilbur's breakfast, he walked back to the house and called Mr.
Lurvy pointed to the spider's web. Zuckerman stared at the writing on the web. Then he murmured the words "Some Pig. Then they both began to tremble. Charlotte, sleepy after her night's exertions, smiled as she watched. Wilbur came and stood directly under the web. They stared and stared for a long time at Wilbur.
When she finished, Wilbur, ''was the cleanest prettiest pig you ever saw. When Wilbur won the special prize in his ''hour of triumph,'' Mrs. Zuckerman was nervous because so many people were watching them. When the announcer says, ''This magnificent animal…is truly terrific…Note the smoothness and whiteness of the coat, observe the spotless skin, the healthy pink glow of ears and snout,'' Mrs. Arable whispers to Mrs. Zuckerman, ''It's the buttermilk. Edith Zuckerman had a very practical and down-to-earth personality in the book, Charlotte's Web.
Although she was a minor character in the story, Mrs. Zuckerman did have an important role. First, she showed that at least some of the humans recognized that it was Charlotte who was special. She also gave Wilbur the buttermilk bath that made him look radiant when he was receiving his special prize. To unlock this lesson you must be a Study. Login here for access. Did you know… We have over college courses that prepare you to earn credit by exam that is accepted by over 1, colleges and universities.
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You notice how solid he is around the shoulders, Lurvy? Zuckerman got back to the house, he took off his work clothes and put on his best suit. He stayed for an hour and explained to the minister that a miracle had happened on the farm. There can be no doubt that you have a most unusual pig.
I intend to speak about it in my sermon and point out the fact that this community has been visited with a wondrous animal. By the way, does the pig have a name?
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She raised the pig on a bottle and I bought him from her when he was a month old. Secrets are hard to keep. Long before Sunday came, the news spread all over the county. Everybody knew that the Zuckermans had a wondrous pig. Wilbur was poking the straw with his snout. In a short time he had dug a tunnel in the straw. He crawled into the tunnel and disappeared from sight, completely cov- ered with straw.
Fern was enchanted. It relieved her mind to know that her baby would sleep covered up, and would stay warm. She would wave good-bye to him, and he would stand and watch the bus until it vanished around a tum. While Fem was in school, Wilbur was shut up inside his yard.
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But as soon as she got home in the afternoon, she would take him out and he would follow her around the place. If she went into the house, Wilbur went, too. If she went upstairs, Wilbur would wait at the bottom step until she came down again. If she took her doll for a walk in the doll car- riage, Wilbur followed along.
Sometimes, on these journeys, Wilbur would get tired, and Fem would pick him up and put him in the carriage alongside the doll. He liked this. He looked cute when his eyes were closed, because his lashes were so long. The doll would close her eyes, too, and Fem would wheel the carriage very slowly and smoothly so as not to wake her infants. One warm afternoon, Fem and Avery put on bath- ing suits and went down to the brook for a swim.
When she waded into the brook, Wilbur waded in with her. He found the water quite cold — too cold for his liking. So while the children swam and played and splashed water at each other, Wilbur amused himself in the mud along the edge of the brook, where it was warm and moist and delightfully sticky and oozy. Every day was a happy day, and every night was peaceful. Wilbur was what farmers call a spring pig, which simply means that he was bom in springtime.
When he 1 2 Charlotte's Web was five weeks old, Mr. Arable said he was now big enough to sell, and would have to be sold. Fem broke down and wept. But her father was firm about it. Arable was not willing to provide for him any longer.
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Arable to Fem. And if Wilbur goes there to live, you can walk down the road and visit him as often as you like. When he heard that the price was only six dollars, he said he would buy the pig. It was very old. It smelled of hay and it smelled of manure. It smelled of the perspiration of tired horses and the wonderful sweet breath of patient cows. It often had a sort of peaceful smell — as though nothing bad could happen ever again in the world. It smelled of grain and of harness dressing and of axle grease and of rubber boots and of new rope.
And whenever the cat was given a fish-head to eat, the barn would smell of fish. But mostly it smelled of hay, for there was always hay in the great loft up overhead. And there was always hay being pitched down to the cows and the horses and the sheep.
The bam was pleasantly warm in winter when the animals spent most of their time indoors, and it was pleasantly cool in summer when the big doors stood wide open to the breeze. It was the kind of bam that swallows like to build their nests in. It was the kind of bam that children like to play in.