Many of us who have found a lack of magic in our lives during the last few years will welcome T. H. White's phantasy, "The Sword in the Stone."…
Mr. White's book contains the very best brand of magic. He tells us of the childhood of Wart, the youngster who was to become King Arthur, mentor and patriarch of the Knights of the Round Table, and so depends on none other than Merlin for the wizardry and prestidigitation that hurl his little hero into many universes, seat him on the lap of Athene, project him forward in time and space to the shining...
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