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You will laugh, you will cry, you will be better for reading this book.
The fourth and final part of the story, ("The Candle in the Wind"), is the most intense and difficult to read part of the book.
In his novel, T.H. White puts his own spin on the classic story of the life and trials of King Arthur, Merlyn, and Lancelot.
The print in this edition is not only too small for this grandma, it's also too small for my 7-year-old, who was disappointed. We haven't tried to read after the first attempt.Published 12 days ago by Robin Crane
References to tales of Tennyson and authors before him lend credibility to the fantastical tale of King Arthur and his cohorts. Read morePublished 23 days ago by A. Prater
White 's retelling of Mallory's Morted'Arthur is one of the great classics of 20th Century English literature. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Mark D. Acres
I must say that it's a treat having a kindle to define the meaning behind most words in this book. I am, however, very sad that I have up on this book almost a year ago because I... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Ashley Oltman
This book makes you think. Some of it delighted me; some of it horrified me. All of it interested me.Published 1 month ago by lynx