The Once and Future King

In the book when aurther is becoming king, white says its difficult to imagine the wounders of their journey. what conclusions can i draw about theses statments?

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In the Once and Future King, White states that the journey to the coronation was 'beyond imagining'. He does this because he wants the reader to do just that...imagine what it would be like. Also, it may be offered with a bit of sarcasm. Wart really doesn't care for the pomp and circumstance and so must have really simply endured all of the hooplah.