Acknowledgements; Foreword by Dr. Debbie Sly; Introduction: T. H. White: 'a single talent inattentively employed' - Gill Davies; 1. Living Backwards: The "end implicit in the beginning" of The Once and Future King - Brian Donnelly; 2. Englands Ancient and Modern: T.H. White's The Once and Future King and Sylvia Townsend Warner's The Corner That Held Them - Janet Montefiore; 3. Beastly Anachronisms: Youth, Atrocity, Disorder and The Once and Future King - James Purdon; 4. Chivalric Values as an Educative Force in The Once and Future King - Caroline Anne Womack; 5. 'We all kill our giants cubbin': Cultural Diagnosis and Prognosis in T.H. White's The Once and Future King - Sue Matheson; 6. '(Re)constructing fiction(s): parody in T.H. White's The Once and Future King - Paulina Kupisz; 7. Evolution, the Child, and the Problem of Narrative in T.H. White's The Sword in the Stone and The Book of Merlyn - Hilary M. Fraser; 8. Darkness at Pemberley: T.H. White and the Conventions of Detective Fiction - Kate Macdonald; 9. England, Whose England? The Rhetoric of Englishness in T.H. White and George Orwell - Glyn Salton-Cox; 10. "Nature Writing" and Eco Criticism - Reading T.H. White in the 21st Century - Gill Davies; Bibliography; Index.