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T. H. White

a.k.a. Terence Hanbury 'Tim' White, James Aston*

Author Code: ETTW

Born: May 29, 1906 - Mumbai, India

Died: Jan. 17, 1964 - Piraeus, Greece

The son of a British superintendant of the Indian police, he was educated at Cheltenham College in Gloucestershire and Queens' College, Cambridge, and received his degree in English in 1928. While at school he wrote a thesis on Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, and never lost his interest in the Arthurian legend. Following school he taught at the Stowe School in Buckinghamshire for four years. In 1934, he published Earth Stopped and the following year,Gone to Ground, two science fiction novels. In 1937, he began writing his masterpiece, The Once and Future King. The first part, The Sword in the Stone, appeared in 1938 and won critical acclaim. As a conscientious objector, he spent the Second World War in Ireland and published two more sequels, The Witch in the Wood (1939) and The Ill-Made Knight (1940). The last work in the series, The Candle in the Wind, appeared in 1958. In 1946, he settled in Alderney for the remainder of his life. In 1960, his work was adapted for the Broadway theatre and debuted as Camelot. The 1963 animation, The Sword in the Stone is also based on his book. His Arthurian works greatly influenced J.K. Rowling in her Harry Potter series. White died of hreart failure aboard a ship in Greece. His other works include Loved Helen (1929), The GreenBay Tree (1929), First Lesson (1932), Farewell Victoria (1933), The Elephant and the Kangaroo (1947), The Age of Scandal (1950), The Goshawk (1951), The Master (1957) and The Book of Medrlyn (1977 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ETTW002 Darkness at Pemberley [Illustrated] 1932 115 1100k eBook Download PDF - 'Darkness at Pemberley [Illustrated]' (ETTW002)   Download ePub - 'Darkness at Pemberley [Illustrated]' (ETTW002) Find a printed copy of Darkness at Pemberley [Illustrated] by T. H. White at AbeBooks
ETTW001 The Once and Future King
  The Candle in the Wind
  The Ill-Made Knight
  The Queen of Air and Darkness
  The Sword in the Stone
1958 485 1432k eBook Download PDF - 'The Once and Future King' (ETTW001)   Download ePub - 'The Once and Future King' (ETTW001) Find a printed copy of The Once and Future King by T. H. White at AbeBooks

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