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Critical Essay by Henry Morton Robinson

At first glance "The Goshawk" … appears to be a day-to-day account of a curiously personal conflict between a full-grown man and a fledgling hawk. It should be stated at once, however, that this is no mere handbook; although we are introduced to the terminology and furniture of falconry, the information is rather sketchy and incidental. Nor, according to my poor lights, is T. H. White the ideal hawk-master. He quivers excessively; try though he may, he is unable to conceal an inner tumult that must have been disturbingly apparent to so sensitive a creature as "Gos."

At times we wonder why Mr. White went through the physical and emotional ordeal of training his bird. Is he courageously attempting to revive popular enthusiasm in a medieval sport closely allied to his known Arthurian interests...

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