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Comparison between Wart and Kay

Summary: A comparison between the protagonist Wart and the antagonist Kay in TH White's story The Sword in the Stone.
In the story, The sword in the stone by T.H. White, Wart is the protagonist and Kay is the antagonist but unlike in other stories, where one is good, kind, polite and one is evil, sneaky, selfish and rude, in this story they have a relationship and in some ways are quite similar.

The relationship that is shared between Wart and Kay is that of brothers and competitors for the crown. Wart admires and respects Kay because he is suppose to be the next king and because one day he is suppose to become a knight also, but for Kay there is always the likeliness that he could loose all of that And Wart could take his place so he becomes very defensive against Wart at times. They also are classmates who share an education together although Kay learns mostly how to be a knight and things...

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