Other literary forms
T. H. White’s first literary productions were two poetry collections. Several short stories enclosed within the satiric framenarrative of Gone to Ground were reprinted along with later items in the posthumously issued The Maharajah, and Other Stories (1981). The majority of White’s nonfiction books celebrate his strong interest in field sports; The Goshawk (1951), which describes his experiments in falconry, is the most notable. The title The Godstone and the Blackymor (1959) refers to a legendary monument on the island of Inniskea. White also wrote two books on famous scandals, The Age of Scandal: An Excursion Through a Minor Period (1950) and The Scandalmonger (1952).