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Once And Future King - T.H. White
Once And Future King
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780006122012 (0006122019)
Publisher: Fontana/ Collins
Pages no: 638
Edition language: English
Series: The Once and Future King -4 (#1)
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1.5 The Once and Future King by T H White (Audiobook)
Series: The Once and Future King #1-5 Narrated by Neville Jackson This was supposed to represent a collection of five books, but the titles didn’t seem to be announced (or I kept missing them) so they all just blurred together. I liked the first book, The Sword in the Stone, and I’d give that on...
So many books, such little time.
So many books, such little time. rated it
2.0 The Once And Future King - T.H. White
[/spoiler] [spoiler] 'Wart jumped for the sill and automatically gave himself an extra kick with his wings, just as a high jumper swings his arms. He landed on the sill with a thump, as owls are apt to do, did not stop himself in time, and toppled straight out of the window.' The Once And Future K...
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5.0 The Once and Future King
As I was reading this book, I came to realize that I really don't know much about the legend of King Arthur. Most of what I know is the broad strokes (Arthur, Guenever, Mordred, Merlin, and Lancelot), and the most comprehensive work I've seen of the legend is Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which ...
mattries37315 rated it
3.5 Wonderful Prose, No So Much Narrative Flow
There have been many accounts of the Arthurian saga over the 1500 years, the best thought of the past century has been T.H. White's "The Once and Future King". Though White's prose is good and engaging, the narrative arc through is tetralogy-in-one edition is problematic enough that it sometimes ove...
The English Student
The English Student rated it
3.5 The Once and Future King - T.H. White
I'm not sure what I was expecting going into The Once and Future King, but it wasn't quite this. It's a reworking of Malory's Morte Darthur in a modern-day (well, 1960s) idiom; an attempt to explain the tragedy of Total War through the lens of a national myth. As it stands, the book is a composite...
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