The Once and Future King Resources & Further Study

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Crane, John K. T. H. White. New York: Twayne, 1974. The first and still one of the most concise overviews of White's life and works. Includes a fiftypage discussion of The Once and Future King and consideration of White's other works.

Gallix, Francois, ed. T. H. White: Letters to a Friend. Gloucester, England: Alan Sutton, 1984. A collection of letters from White to his friends L. J. and Mary Potts. L. J. Potts was White's teacher at Cambridge, and he and his wife became White's friends. The letters are important because White sought his old teacher's literary advice.

Garnett, David. The White/Garnett Letters. London: Jonathan Cape and Chatto and Windus, 1968. Garnett was perhaps White's closest friend and one of his staunchest supporters.

Warner, Sylvia T. T. H. White: A Biography. New York: Viking Press, 1967.

The standard biography of T. H. White.

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