E.B. White's classic collection of essays, "One Man's Meat," was published in 1942 and has been more or less in print ever since. Most recently, Tilbury House in Gardiner, Maine, has published the book, which is appropriate because the publisher of Tilbury House once worked for White as Sunday help.

The book is a collection of columns White did for Harper's Magazine about country life after he and his wife left Manhattan in 1938. In many respects, it was the making of White as a writer, because it freed him from the the restrictions of New Yorker style, as well as providing the rough material for "Charlotte's Web."The paperback costs $14.95 and features a new forward by Roger Angell, White's stepson.