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  • Black Beauty
    There are nine owners of Black Beauty recorded in the fictional novel. However, there are many more who come into contact with him throughout his life and have a dramatic impact upon him. Black...

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    John refers to John Manly, the coachman on Squire Gordon's estate. The reader is first introduced to John in Chapter 4, when Black Beauty goes to his new home. Merrylegs, another horse, tells him,...

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    In the novel Black Beauty, the horse has many masters, good and bad. In Chapter 12, Black Beauty's master and his friend John had to travel on business and used Black Beauty as their carthorse. It...

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    Rob Roy is Black Beauty's brother. Rob Roy is killed because his leg is broken during a hunting accident. The hunt is described in chapter two of Anna Sewell's classic tale Black Beauty. During...

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    Two experiences that teach Black Beauty lessons are his experiences of witnessing the consequences after a fox hunt, and his fortnight spent at a neighbor's meadow. 1. In Chapter 2 Darkie (what...

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    Anna Sewell's classic is set in 19th-century England and revolves around the life of a horse, Black Beauty. The story is a first-person narrative of his life from the perspective of a horse...

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    In Chapter One of Black Beauty, Black Beauty reflects upon his childhood next to a lovely meadow where he lives with his mother, Duchess, and six other colts. Black Beauty loves to play with his...

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    First readers of Anna Sewell's Black Beauty probably attained new perceptions of horses and, at least, some compassion for animals as well as learning of the dangers of intemperance. Ms. Sewell...

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    Black Beauty is born and grows up in the English countryside. Beauty remembers first a pleasant meadow in which he lives with his mother. He has many a happy day, frolicking in this meadow and...

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    In Chapter 3, "My Breaking In," Black Beauty describes how his master decides to break him in after Squire Gordon comes to visit him and decides that he will take Black Beauty after the horse is...

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    Anna Sewell wrote Black Beauty with the express purpose of informing readers about the themes of mistreatment of horses and of proper care of horses. Mistreatment of horses With the express...

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    Most of the adjectives describing Ginger are appropriate; however, it may be better to substitute other descriptors for "aggressive," "wild," and "bad tempered." Ginger is a horse that acts as an...

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    In Anna Sewell's novel Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse, the title character's first home was his place of birth. He was born on a farm and raised on a "large pleasant meadow." He notes...

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    Darkie is the first name under which we encounter the equine protagonist of Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. In the first chapter, Darkie is living with his mother in a pleasant meadow. The meadow...

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    Ginger, a pretty chestnut horse, is the stablemate of Black Beauty while he lives at Birtwick Park. After Black Beauty grows to adulthood, he is sold to Squire Gordon in Birtwick Park. There he...

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    On the mend himself from having drunk cold water when he was over-heated after a frantic trip to get the doctor for Mrs. Gordon, in Chapter 21 Beauty overhears the men discussing the fact that the...

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    Most of The Earl's interaction with Reuben was through York. Reuben possessed a temperament that moved him closer to drink. This is something that is noted in the text in how Reuben had a "love...

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    When summarizing anything, it's important to be able to zero in on exactly what's important. To be able to do that, think about the characters that are present, what events take place, and...

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    Black Beauty is the moral director of Anna Sewell's animal autobiography. As narrator, he tells about incidents which illustrate the need for understanding and kindness toward horses. For example,...

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    Anna Sewell's Black Beauty was a rather ground-breaking work because it was one of the first novels to portray an animal as animal rather than as an animal with human characteristics. At the...

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    The event to which you are undoubtedly referring happens in chapter two of Anna Sewell's Black Beauty. The horse narrator of the story, here named Darkie, is two years old when he sees a terrible...

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    Even i nd d answer :((( pls somebody help

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    An event that always has been my favorite from the story of Black Beauty is the when Beauty meets Merry Legs and Ginger at Britwick Hall. Merry Legs is a delightful little cart pony and Ginger is...

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    The main purpose of Anna Sewell's writing of her novel Black Beauty was to bring public attention to the cruel practice in Victorian times of the restrictive "bearing rein" which forced horses'...

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    Initially, Joe Green is the stable boy for Squire Gordon and Lady Anne at Birtwick Park; he replaces James, who in Chapter 16, after the Squire and his wife have decided to visit friends and stay...

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    In my mind, one of the most interesting elements of Sewell's work is how Black Beauty comes to know of the atrocities humans perpetrate on animals. The event of Birtwick Hall becoming Black...

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    The problem and the conflict of any story is the same. By definition a conflict of a story is the struggle, problem, that the character or characters have to over come. In the novel Black Beauty...

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    Anna Sewell`s Black Beauty is a strongly moral novel with Evangelical overtones. Although the main impact of the novel and its explicit theme concerned treatment of animals, it also presents strong...

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    Anna Sewell, who was born in Yarmouth, England, in 1820, sets her novel, Black Beauty in this Victorian Age. This setting is central to the narrative of a horse's life as it was a time before...

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    It is important to recall when analysing Black Beauty that Anna Sewell gave a statement of intent about why she wrote the story. She did not have bettering the lives of humans through religion in...

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    i think eight

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    Recognized as the first animal autobiography of consequence, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty was intended as a book to enlighten people about the human treatment of animals, especially horses. This...

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    Anna Sewell's classic, Black Beauty, is a novel that advocates for the humane treatment of animals, especially the horse. Therefore, the main events of Beauty's life center upon his fortunes and...

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    The poignant story of a beautiful black horse who, interestingly, is the narrator of the novel, Black Beauty by Anna Sewell was extremely effective is bringing about the humane treatment of horses...

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    Anna Sewell's endearing and poignant story of Black Beauty opens in a large, pleasant meadow with a clean pond at Farmer's Grey in the English countryside, the first home of the young colt. After...

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    The dynamic of Sewell's work is to display something good and something bad happening to the animals in almost strikingly regularity. After gaining insight to this, such a pattern actually works...

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    In the simplest of terms, I think that Sewell's work tries to bring forth the point that animals are creatures that feel pain, love, and joy. They are not objects who lack the sensibilities of...

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    More than any single work of its time, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty effected the humane treatment of horses and other animals, as well. With the narrative set in a time when horses were the means of...

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    One of the important devices Sewell uses in this book is writing in first person...or should I say first "horse?" Narrative point of view in fiction is a key concept that you can help your...

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    In my opinion, Black Beauty is a wonderful piece of literature. While many examples of "classic" literature are difficult for young readers to decipher, this novel is not. This particular book is...

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    While Ann Sewell's Black Beauty became famous for the poignant story of a beautiful and gentle horse as well as the novel's effecting the promotion of humane treatment of horses, the most salient...

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    In the novel that did more for ending cruelties to horses than any other publication, Black Beauty is sold to a corn dealer after Jerry the cab driver becomes ill, but the dark stables harm his...

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    A delightful character, the pony named Merrylegs is, like most ponies, very clever. When the Vicar Blomefield's children visit along with their father, it is Merrylegs who is called upon to...

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    As Beauty grows he begins his training. His master first gets Beauty used to the bit and bridle, then he places a saddle upon the horse's back. After a few days of this practice, the man tightens...

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    The point of view in the story is from the horse in the story "Black Beauty." It is an unusual style which made the book all the more appealing. The horse tells the story from the beginning of...

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    Since the rising action of the plot of a narrative involves the onset of a problem, in "Black Beauty" by Anna Sewell this problem occurs after Beauty has been purchased by the Gordons of Birtwick...

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    In the novel 'Black Beauty' by Anna Sewell, we see the plight of horses who are at the mercy of their owners to protect and care for them. In Victorian times and earlier in England, people had...

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    In Chapter 43, Jerry is working on election day when he and Beauty take a lunch break. There is general pandemonium as people race their carriages back and forth on the full streets, people are...

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    Black Beauty led a life that is typical of most of humanity, actually. His life had many happy moments, but there were certainly bleak points throughout. His early years were very pleasant -...

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    Both books are told from the perspective of the animal. Are you looking more for themes or character comparisons?

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