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Who Is the More Flawed Man: Lancelot or Arthur?

Summary: In his book The Once and Future King, T.H. White presents the reader with the very different lives of King Arthur and Lancelot and show their actions in a way that allows the reader to formulate different opinions about these men. While both men display flaws in judgment and achieve great things, Lancelot is clearly the more flawed of the two.
The integrity and honor of a man is based on many aspects in life. One may look at the actions of a person to determine how they react to certain situations. Deceitfulness and loyalty are common attributes of a person from which judgments can be obtained. Friendships are also a reliable source to ascertain one's self-morals and principles. In T.H. White's, The Once and Future King, the reader is presented with the lives of two very different men and their actions allow the reader to formulate different opinions about these men. Either one of them could be seen as the hero of Camelot or the down-bringer of it. Camelot is a place of deceit and sin and while many people think that the most honorable people in Camelot are Arthur, the king, and Lancelot, Arthur's best knight, these men have...

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