"Once More to the Lake"

By: E.B. White

About E.B. White

White was born July 11, 1899 and dies October 1, 1985. He was an American writer and was a contributor to the New Yorker magazine. White was born in Mount Vernon, New York, the youngest child of Samuel Tilly White. White went to Cornell University.
In "Once More to the Lake," E.B. White uses nature imagery to create an exiting mood to convey that the story ended on a happy mood


The exposition: The dad decides to carry on the tradition of taking his son to the camp.

The rising action: They settle into the camp where the little boy has never been before.

The climax: The big storm that arrives at the lake.

The resolution: The storm starts to die down and everyone is celebrating.

The falling action: The camp/ trip ended on a good note and the story shows the bond between the father and son.