Significance of the Catching of the Sword in the "Hollow Hills" by Mary Stewart.
The Catching of The Sword.
In a monarchy when a prince is ready to succeed his father as king he not only needs to proove himself to his family but the rest of the people that he shall be the ruler of, by a symbolic action. Most of the time it's done on the battlefield along side his men. In the book "The Hollow Hills" by Mary Stewart this action is shown by "Emrys" with the catching of his father's sword on the battle field.
"Emrys" did not know that the king was his father and niether did anyone else besides the King, Merlin, and Ralf. Which in turn, caused the scene to be worth even m…
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