The Sword in the Stone Summary

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  • 8 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (10)

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Critical Essay by David Garnett T. H. White has made … the same assumption which [Leo] Tolstoy made in writing War and Peace: that there are no essential differences between historical characte... Read more
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Critical Essay by William J. Grace If "The Witch in the Wood" is not a spurious book, I shall eat my hat or seek the Questing Beast therein mentioned. That thousands may read Mr. White&#... Read more
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Critical Essay by William Soskin Many of us who have found a lack of magic in our lives during the last few years will welcome T. H. White's phantasy, "The Sword in the Stone."&#x... Read more
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Critical Essay by Clifton Fadiman ["The Sword in the Stone" is] a crazy cross between, or among, "Stalky & Co.," "Alice in Wonderland," "The Wind i... Read more
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Critical Essay by Vida D. Scudder [The Sword in the Stone] is riotously funny. Breathlessly, joyously, not at all in the leisurely tempo of old romance, it proceeds with unwearied gusto and endless va... Read more
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Critical Essay by Otis Ferguson [The Sword in the Stone is] a wise book and learned in many ways, and at times boldly absurd or disrespectful; but the best of it is that it creates enough illusion and... Read more
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Critical Essay by Clifton Fadiman T.H. White, whose odd Arthurian grotesque, "The Sword in the Stone," you may remember, has done himself a sequel, which he calls "The Witch in th... Read more
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Critical Essay by Iris Barry The moonstruck madness and learned gayety which so appealed to readers of Mr. White's "The Sword in the Stone" comes bubbling along just as merrily in... Read more
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How is this book like or not like your life? Response: The only way this book is like my life is how I what the Wart is going through with Kay, as a younger sibling. It seems as if I hear that a... Read more
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In the story, The sword in the stone by T.H. White, Wart is the protagonist and Kay is the antagonist but unlike in other stories, where one is good, kind, polite and one is evil, sneaky, selfish and ... Read more