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The Once and Future King

Summary: The essay is about how the Knights of the Round Table symbolize justice today. The author's name is T.H. White and the title of the book is The Once and Future King
The Once and Future King

A knight sees a woman being swept onto a horse by an evil tyrant. This particular tyrant has been famous for capturing both men and women alike. The brave knight pursues the tyrant on his noble horse. He sees the evildoer ride into a cave, and the knight follows him. "In the name of justice," shouts the courageous knight, "release her!" The tyrant stops, drops the woman, and stares at the knight. He suddenly charges at the brave knight and they battle. More than an hour later, the battle ends. The exhausted knight slowly walks toward the woman. "Are you all right"" asks the knight. "Yes," she replies. Then they both ride back toward the safe lands of Camelot. This knight was indeed a famous knight, also. He was a knight from King Arthur's Round Table, and he had just...

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