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Summary: This essay shows how Merlin did both evil and beneficial things for people. It argues whether Merlin was a good wizard or a bad wizard. I wrote this after reading Sir Thomas Malory's "Le Morte D'Arthur."
Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur depicts the wizard Merlin as a wizard who is a good force. Merlin is a wizard or sorcerer who travels around England. He is often brought to kingdoms to help with the royal families. He is very well known, although some readers of the King Arthur stories have an opinion that Merlin may be a fictional character in the King Arthur stories. Throughout Le Morte D'Arthur, Merlin performs many magical acts. Even though Merlin performs a few evil actions in the story, most of his overall actions benefit the people around him.

Merlin watches out for and supports Arthur in his youth. When Merlin received supervision over Arthur, he named the boy, and blessed Arthur. For his care, Merlin sent Arthur away, and told Uther, "I suggest then one of your lords who is faithful and an honorable man. His name is...

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