The once and future king

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Putnam, 1958 - Fiction - 677 pages
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The world's greatest fantasy classic is the magical epic of King Arthur and his shining Camelot, of Merlyn and Guinevere, of beasts who talk and men who fly, of wizardry and war. It is the book of all things lost and wonderful and sad. It is the fantasy masterpiece by which all others are judged.

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Brilliant and nuanced characterization. - Goodreads
Unoriginal and lazy writing. - Goodreads
Wonderful book, with many insights - Goodreads
I tried sohard to get into it but the prose is awful. - Goodreads
Overall it's written well and the pace is pretty good. - Goodreads
I loved Merlin and loved the ending. - Goodreads

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Review: The Once and Future King (The Once and Future King #1-4)

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Perhaps the best children's book about King Arthur and the Round Table. Somewhat akin to Harry Potter in quality. I did not like neither, not the kind of book for me. If you know the story, how many ... Read full review

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About the Author:
T.H. White is the author of The Once and Future King, which includes The Sword and the Stone and Mistress Masham's Repose, and the translator of The Book of Beasts, a 12th-century Latin bestiary.

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