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T H White

(Terence Hanbury White)
UK flag (1906 - 1964)

aka James Aston

Terence Hanbury White is best known for his famous retelling of the Arthurian legends in The Once and Future King. He was educated at Cheltenham College and Cambridge. He later became a teacher and was appointed Head of Stowe school. The school grounds were to inspire the setting for Mistress Masham's Repose which he wrote in 1947.

Genres: Fantasy, Children's Fiction
Once and Future King
   1. The Sword in the Stone (1938)
   2. The Witch in the Wood (1939)
     aka The Queen of Air and Darkness
   3. The Ill-made Knight (1940)
   5. The Book of Merlyn (1977)
Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by T H White
Short stories
The Black Rabbit
Kin to Love
A Link with Petulengro
The Maharajah [short story]
The Man
No Gratuities
Not Until Tomorrow
The Philistine Cursed David By His Gods
The Point of Thirty Miles
A Rosy Future, Anonymous
A Sharp Attack of Something Or Other
Soft Voices at Passenham
The Spaniel Earl
Success Or Failure
The Troll (1935)
The Unicorn (excerpt) (1939)

Books about T H White

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