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The Once and Future King

Summary: Explores the T. H. White's novel The Once and Future King. Examines White's use of stereotypes in his characterization. Describes how education levels affects each character and his role in the story.
The type of education and experiences that an individual goes through influences the type of person that that individual is going to become. For example, someone who is raised in a caring environment and educated thoroughly is likely to become kind and considerate, as well as intelligent and clever. Someone raised in an environment of neglect and barely educated is likely to become unkind and abusive. These stereotypes apply to the characters of T. H. White's novel The Once and Future King. They are particularly evident in King Arthur and Gawaine. King Arthur had a caring environment to grow up in. He had a great teacher in Merlyn the wizard. Gawaine grew up neglected by his parents. The closest thing he had to a teacher was St. Toirdealbhach. The environment that they grew up in and the education that they had affected the people they...

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