Eric Carle, better known as the great E. Carle is one of the greatest literary visionary's of our modern era. There is much to be learned about Western society and its fundamentally consumo-capitalist greed which he unveils and unmasks beautifully in the voracious genius of his through a brilliant Animalia metaphorical example present in his magnum opus, The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
His great debacle is truly unmatched in its sheer literary prowess, in which it dives into great depth of the intricacies and problems of our Western civilization. Its on par with the subtle themes and implications present in the works of the late Jojor Wel and his debacle, 'Fahrenheit Farmer 1984 Scholarly edition'.
I wouldn't expect a peasant non-consumer like you to be able to voraciously devour such literary prowess as the works of E. Carle

Truly though, as great a writer as E. Carle is, he simply doesn't hold a candle to the likes of Brando Sando
arrWriting unpublished author: "Brando Sando’s worldbuilding is so much better than Eric Carle's. Where did the caterpillar get all the fruits it ate? Did it do a tour of an orchard and garden? Was it in a grocery store? TVHC being set in a grocery store would make much more sense when it comes to the part where it eats one piece of chocolate cake, one ice-cream cone, one pickle, one slice of Swiss cheese, one slice of salami, one lollipop, one piece of cherry pie, one sausage, one cupcake, and one slice of watermelon, but it’s also possible TVHC raided a picnic or is dumpster diving. We just don’t know. Now I don’t want the author to write paragraph after paragraph of exposition (although while showing is better than telling, telling is better than nothing at all), but I don’t think a few lines to establish the setting is too much to ask".
by Kongjie June 3, 2022
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