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  • Warner Munn or T. H. White, who played with the legends in a much more creative way.

    Magic and Merlin

  • On another blog, I jumped into a discussion about a novel that I often mention here, The Once and Future King by T. H. White.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • On another blog, I jumped into a discussion about a novel that I often mention here, The Once and Future King by T. H. White.

    The Name of the Wind - Opening Chapters

  • In my opinion, T. H. White had Lancelot steal the show from Arthur.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • In my opinion, T. H. White had Lancelot steal the show from Arthur.

    Clan Daughter - A Guilty Admission

  • And-- he may get a post to himself-- T. H. White, also started in my teens.

    Influences Part 1

  • Brian says bad things about T. H. White and Malory and the rest of the prettified anachronistic Arthurian stuff, but he doesn't speak for me....

    Lazy Fourth

  • Christopher Benfey, in his Dec. 4 review of "The Death of King Arthur," Peter Ackroyd's retelling of Thomas Malory's 15th-century classic, notes that T. H. White's "ingratiatingly verbose 'Once and Future King' . . . was the basis for the musical 'Camelot' and eventually, in some not quite traceable trajectory, for our fantasy of life among the Kennedys."

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  • At the other extreme, we have T. H. White: "Oh, dear, oh, dear, I wish I had never seen that filthy sword at all."

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  • More recently, we've had T. H. White's ingratiatingly verbose "Once and Future King," already halfway to Hogwarts, with Arthur nicknamed "the Wart."

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