The Book of Merlyn

The Book of Merlyn

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by T. H. White
     
 

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The New York Times bestseller...now in a beautiful new trade edition.

An evocative and exciting tale of wizardry and war, this magnificent fantasy of the last days of King Arthur, his faithful magician and his animal teachers, completes the tragedy and romance of T. H. White's masterpiece The Once and Future King.

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The New York Times bestseller...now in a beautiful new trade edition.

An evocative and exciting tale of wizardry and war, this magnificent fantasy of the last days of King Arthur, his faithful magician and his animal teachers, completes the tragedy and romance of T. H. White's masterpiece The Once and Future King.

"And so the grand epic comes full circle, 'rounded and bright and done,' as White had wished it would be."--Boston Sunday Globe

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“Superb reading.”—The Kansas City Star

“Filled with poignance and marvelous power…Enthusiasts for White’s touching, profound, funny, and tragic story will not want to miss this version, for it is the true and intended ending of the great work.”—Los Angeles Times
 
“And so the grand epic comes full circle, ‘rounded and bright and done,’ as White had wished it would be.”—Boston Sunday Globe

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780441006632
Publisher:
Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date:
10/15/1999
Edition description:
ACE TRADE
Pages:
1
Product dimensions:
5.12(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)

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Peter Green
This mythic political fable for our time wasn't published when it was written because the world wasn't ready for it.
From the Publisher
“Superb reading.”—The Kansas City Star

“Filled with poignance and marvelous power…Enthusiasts for White’s touching, profound, funny, and tragic story will not want to miss this version, for it is the true and intended ending of the great work.”—Los Angeles Times
 
“And so the grand epic comes full circle, ‘rounded and bright and done,’ as White had wished it would be.”—Boston Sunday Globe

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