What is the resolution in Black Beauty?

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Black Beauty's encountered a great deal of hardship in his short life. After being sold from one cruel owner to another, his health is pretty much shot to pieces. The message from Sewell is clear: the welfare of animals is much too dependent on the whims of individual owners. It's no wonder that in the wake of the book's enormous success there were widespread calls for the British government to establish a statutory regime of animal welfare protection.

Thankfully, however, all is not lost for Beauty. He's fortunate to end up being cared for by a kindly farmer and...

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