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The Sword in the Stone - T.H. White
The Sword in the Stone
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An old wizard named Merlyn takes care of a curious young boy named Wart and transforms him into Arthur, the future king of Britain, in a beautiful new edition of the classic tale, enhanced by luminous paintings. Children's BOMC Main.
An old wizard named Merlyn takes care of a curious young boy named Wart and transforms him into Arthur, the future king of Britain, in a beautiful new edition of the classic tale, enhanced by luminous paintings. Children's BOMC Main.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780399225024 (0399225021)
ASIN: 399225021
Publisher: Philomel
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: The Once and Future King -4 (#1)
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Julian Meynell's Books
Julian Meynell's Books rated it
5.0 White's The Sword and the Stone
This book is remarkable and wonderful. It concerns the training of a young boy named Wart (the future King Arthur at the hands of the wizard Merlyn. It is a collection of incidents primarily and there is not really an overarching point although at all times T.H. White feels free to express points ...
Book Ramblings
Book Ramblings rated it
3.0 The Sword in the Stone
If you are looking for my review of this book please head for my long winded review of The Once and Future King as this book is Part 1 thereof. If, on the other hand, you are not looking for my review... Hello!
buchflimmern
buchflimmern rated it
5.0
Das Schwert im Stein ist der erste von vier Teilen der Reihe Der König auf Camelot. Nach dem Tod des Autors T. H. White wurde auch ein fünfter Part veröffentlicht, der zuvor durch die Wirren des Zweiten Weltkriegs nie gedruckt werden konnte. Für mich ist es das zweite Mal, dass ich Das Schwert im ...
Flying Kick-a-pow!
Flying Kick-a-pow! rated it
4.0 The Sword in the Stone (Collins Modern Classics)
3.5 StarsI don't know if I'll really be reviewing this or whether I'll just review The Once and Future King as a whole. So ... we'll see.
MatthewHunter
MatthewHunter rated it
I absolutely refuse to label The Sword in the Stone as children's or young adult lit. Sure, the main character Wart's a child, but c'mon. Disney movie and talking animals aside, this books definitely not for children. The humor's too adult-focused, I think.For example, in answer to King Pellinore's ...
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