annotated bibliography - Peter Xia Primary Source #1: The...

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Peter Xia Primary Source #1: The Sword In The Stone by T.H. White 1. Bond, Nancy. "The Sword in the Stone." The Horn Book Magazine . 76.6 (Nov. 2000): p664. Literature Resource Center . Gale. TORONTO PUBLIC LIBRARIES (CELPLO). 27 Oct. 2009 Summary : This essay thoroughly analyzes the magical elements Merlyn used in order to prepare Arthur for kingship. In particular, this essay effectively details the contrast in Arthur’s personality and maturity before and after the magical phenomenon. Relevance : This essay is of use to readers who are trying to determine magic’s effect on Arthur’s growth in personality and maturity. Furthermore, this essay connects the history and influences of magic with Arthur, which is of great relation to the topic of individuation. 2. Keenan, Hugh T. "T(erence) H(anbury) White." British Children's Writers, 1914-1960 . Ed. Donald R. Hettinga and Gary D. Schmidt. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 160 . Detroit: Gale Research, 1996. Literature Resource Center . Gale. TORONTO PUBLIC LIBRARIES (CELPLO). 27 Oct. 2009 Summary : This bibliographical essay illustrates the connections between the author and the book such as the motivation and similar individuation the author achieved after publishing this book. Relevance : This helps the readers to gain further knowledge regarding the stereotypes, values and archetypes that attributed to the novel which were in fact a part of Arthur’s individuation. Particularly, this essay defines the spiritual connection between the author and Arthur. 3. Lewis, Naomi. "Whose Arthur?." New Statesman . 56.1426 (12 July 1958): 50-51. Rpt. in Literature Review . Ed. Tom Burns. Vol. 139. Detroit: Gale, 50-51. Literature Resource Center . Gale. TORONTO PUBLIC Summary : This essay examines the novel in a very personal level, bringing out the deepest emotions and feelings implicated within the novel and further questions the triggers of these mental states of Arthur. Relevance : As individuation often deals with the emotional sensations of the subject, the essay will provide a thorough explanation of why and how. When the character approaches individuation, they would become emotionally compromised and connections will be made to the human power of will and power, which is a major theme in the novel. 4.
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