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The Sword in the StoneThe Sword in the Stone is a book about an adopted child named WartHe is of royal blood and does not know this One day when Wart is inforest he finds a magician named Merlin Merlin comes home withagrees with Sir Ector Warts guardian to become Warts tutorgoes about educating Wart by transforming him into differentThrough each transformation Wart experiences different forms ofbeing a part of how he should rule as kingThe first transformation plunges Wart and Merlin into the castlesmoat as fish They proceed to meet the largest fish in the moat whothe ruler This fish takes what he wants because of his size In aabout power he tells Wart that Might is right and might of thegreater than might of the mind Because of the way the fish-kingsubjects obey him out of fear for their lives Wart experiences thisfirsthand when the fish-king tells him to leave He has grown boredWart and if Wart does not leave he will eat him The king uses hisas his claim to power therefore his subjects follow him out ofIn Warts next transformation into a hawk he soars into themews All the birds in the mews have a military rank Their leaderold falcon who Sir Ector keeps for show The birds who rank belowfalcon hold her in highest regard because of her age She appliespower over the other birds with no concern for their lives In oneinstance Wart is ordered to stand next to the cage of a crazy hawkalmost kills him On the other hand her seasoned age bringssince she had not been released once she outlived her usefulness ashuntress This allows her to maintain a powerful grip over all theNext Wart is transformed into an ant and posted within an antThere is a single leader of the ants and she is the only thinkingindividual in the whole nest All the ants are manipulated andher Each ant has a specific task which it
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