Friday, February 11, 2011

Daily Book Talk

The Once and Future King by T.H. White

A staple of Arthurian legend.  This was the deepest look into Camelot and the time before the explosion of literature that came out with Marion Zimmer Bradley and all the others in the 1990s.  I am sure that all of the more recent authors went through White's work for information on the age.  It is a little drier than some of the more romanticized recent stuff.  It is probably for a slightly older audience than Gerald Morris's and Vivian van Velde's.

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