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Darkness at Pemberley by T.H. White, 1932
Author Biography: T. H. (Terence Hanbury) White, 1906-1964, first attracted attention for his nonfiction, but is best known for his fiction focusing upon fantasy and myth. Writing about the early days of Arthur and his eventual reign as king of Camelot, White combines elements of Arthurian myth with basic concepts such as the battle of good versus evil. While he wrote other children's books, poetry, and nonfiction, it is his treatment of the Arthur legend for which he is best known. Start with: The Sword in the Stone (fiction); England Have My Bones (nonfiction).
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