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    knight upon courageous knight attempt to haul the sword out of the stone utilizing his acclaimed physical quality, yet all come up unfilled. Thus, Pixar relates the race to no place of the current instructive state, understudies attempting to deliver the normal results, and like the knights, coming up unfilled. In spite of the fact that an anecdotal translation of the mythic King Arthur's ascent to popularity, Walt Disney's 1963 great, The Sword in the Stone, serves as a moral story throughout today's

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    T.H. White’s novel, “The Sword in the Stone,” took place in the Middle Ages, when feudalism was the dominant political structure and knighthood held a high prestige. Thus, White wrote the novel stemming from the theme of warfare. However, he combined the themes of Medieval warfare with the contemporary warfare of the early-to-mid 20th century, the time period in which the novel was written. As a result, the historical allegories can be drawn between episodes in the book and warfare in the 20th century

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    The Sword in the Stone by T.H. White

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    of turning the childhood adventures of Arthur by turning his narrative into spellbinding, cartoon like interpretation of the sword in the stone legend. Moral values are apparent from the beginning of White’s novel. White has cleverly connected all the educational adventures of Arthur, along with the people and animals encountered to the pulling the sword out of the stone. This marvelous amalgamation of key elements not only ties the loose ends of Arthur’s adventures together, they also solidify

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    it’s just there. Itlingers mysteriously above my head as if a lonely moon hung high in the midnight sky,illuminating a faint glimmer of mist above the surface of the dark pool water. I feel it now, and I felt it then after reading The Sword in the Stone by T.H. White. An enchanting novel, it engulfed the reader in a powerful trance. Young Arthur went through a dramatic change in his life after coming upon Merlin, his future mentor and closest companion. He began to transform into a mature and

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    The Sword in the Stone of the Arthurian Legend King Arthur and the knights of the round table belong to a long line of books and stories of the Arthurian legend. Merlin, Lancelot, The lady of the lake, King Arthur, and Excaliber are all very important in the Arthurian legend. In this essay we will talk about King Arthur, the knights of the round table, and Merlin in the famous story, The sword in the stone. The Sword in the stone is a book about an adopted child named wart. He is of royal

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    of the Camelot. There are many legends of how he became king, like the lady in the lake and the sword in the stone myths. In the sword in the stone myth, a magician named Merlin used magic and put the sword called Excalibur in the stone and whoever was strong enough to pull the sword out would be the next King. According to the legend, King Arthur walked up and pulled the sword right out of the stone. That meant he was destined to be King. According to the lady in the lake Arthur rode on a boat and

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    Justice, freedom, righteousness, when we think of these words we don't think of what makes them, no not the definition, the true meaning. Something noble and honorable, in our culture we think of doing the right thing, being virtuous. What exactly is the "right" thing. What can be considered virtuous? Human kind has struggled with these questions since the beginning of time. In fact, the Wart finds out that every species has struggled with the very same universal riddles. Our story begins with the

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    video Strictly Come Sword Dancing – Stone Monkey is typical folk dance. It’s performed by 6 men which one of them is talking to the audience about the story of the dance. All the men are wearing the same folk outfit that is made out of black shorts, white shirts, red belts with yellow emblem, striped socks, and same shoes, which actually reminds me of some kind of tap shoes. As a prop all the man except the one who is talking are using special typo of sword. It’s not a typical sword because this one

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    Magical/Merlyn moment (1) There were many Magical/Merlyn moments in the book The Sword in the Stone where Wart was taught many important lessons. One of those lessons was the jousting experience. This event took place in chapter 7. Wart and Kay had been practicing tilting and horsemanship. Wart had taken a break and had begun to talk to Merlyn. After pausing they are able to hear the Master Armourer talking to Kay which leads to Wart letting out a sigh. Merlyn asked what he was grieving about and

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    is widely known, either his beginnings told in The Sword in the Stone or how he led the Knights of the Round Table. While there are many version of his story T. H. White’s written version and Disney’s animated version of The Sword in the Stone are two of the most recognized versions. Most movies have the ability to embody the original intent of the book they were based upon. Disney’s movie version of T. H. White’s rendition of The Sword in the Stone, however, while portraying the correct story, does

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