How did the master treat horses and children in Chapter 1 of the novel Black Beauty?

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In Chapter 1, the master is portrayed as a kind man. He provides the horses with good food and quarters, and he speaks to them kindly--as kindly as he speaks to his own children. Black Beauty 's mother is his particular favorite, and he refers to her as...

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