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    Books In Classes: [Fantasy]
    Books In Genres: [King Arthur] [Magic]
    Books In Database: 3

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The Sword in the Stone  (1978)   288 pp.
     Fantasy    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
The Book of Merlyn  (1977)   193 pp.
     Fantasy   Magic   King Arthur    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Comment: conclusion of "Once and Future King"
The Once and Future King  (1939)   639 pp. [3.5 paws]   
     Fantasy   Magic   King Arthur    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Comment:

T. H. White's "The Once and Future King" may not be the definitive volume on King Arthur. However it was a primary source for Disney's "Sword in the Stone" and the Musical "Camelot". Steven Lawhead's "Pendragon Cycle" comes to mind, as well as Mary Stewart's "Crystal Cave", and Marion Zimmer Bradley's "Mists of Avalon" as prominent presentations of Arthurian legend. Then there are Tennyson's "Idylls of the King" and Sir Thomas Mallory's "The Boy's King Arthur" which are authoritys from a time closer to the setting.

Although lengthy for the young reader to cope with, I found "The Once and Future King to be a wonderful book when I was 16. I would not hesitate to recommend it to the adloscent reader.

I can not say whether or not it is as good a read for the the more mature reader because I have not read it from that point of view. --Trevanion Jonsson

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