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Also Known As: Elwyn Brooks White Died: October 1, 1985
Born: July 11, 1899 Cause of Death: Alzheimer's Disease
Birth Place: Mt. Vernon, New York, USA Profession:

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1925:
Began writing for <i>The New Yorker</i>
1929:
Published <i>Is Sex Necessary? Or, Why You Feel the Way You Do</i>, co-written with James Thurber
1941:
Compiled and edited <i>A Subtreasury of American Humor</i> with his wife, Katharine
1945:
Debuted <i>Stuart Little</i>
1952:
Released <i>Charlotte's Web</i>
1959:
Published <i>The Elements of Style</i>, a collaboration with William Strunk, Jr.
1970:
<i>The Trumpet of the Swan</i> released
1973:
Debuted Oscar-winning short "The Family That Dwelt Apart," which he narrated
1973:
The animated movie of <i>Charlotte's Web</i> premiered
1999:
<i>Stuart Little</i> became a major motion picture
2006:
The live-action/CGI version of <i>Charlotte's Web</i> released
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Cornell University: - 1921

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