Hang On To Hope - A Letter By E.B. White

Hang On To Hope – A Letter By E.B. White

When he was 74, he received a letter from a man who had lost hope. This was his reply.

From Letters of Note

The author always celebrated the human condition and he believed it was a writer’s duty to uplift people.

E.B. White wrote in his boathouse in Allen Cove, Maine. (Photo by Jill Krementz)

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This article has 2 comments

  1. Esteban R

    What a beautiful letter.

  2. Traci

    Beautiful. I’m glad I read that this morning!

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