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Penguin Select Classics: Black Beauty: (Original, Unabridged Classic

Release date: 11 April 2024
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“We shall all have to be judged according to our works, whether they be towards man or towards beast.”

The heartfelt story of Black Beauty is a remarkable testament to the power of compassion and resilience.

Black Beauty begins his journey as a cherished young horse, content and loved. However, one day he gets sold and becomes subject to various owners, some kind-hearted and others cruel. Sometimes he led elegant carriages, then pulled humble cabs. Black Beauty adapted to his roles with unwavering determination.

Through his eyes, readers witness the depths of both human cruelty and compassion.

On his extraordinary journey, Black Beauty endures hardship, discovers love, and ultimately finds solace in the embrace of a compassionate soul.


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Title: Penguin Select Classics: Black Beauty: (Original, Unabridged Classic
Author: Anna Sewell
Publisher: Penguin
SKU: BK0503428
EAN: 9789815162141
Number Of Pages: 208
Language: English
Binding: Hardcover
Country Of Origin: Singapore
Release date: 11 April 2024

About Author

Anna Sewell (1820- 1878) is the well-acclaimed author of the children’s novel, Black Beauty which sold over fifty million copies world-wide. Born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England to parents, Mary Wright Sewell and Isaac Phillip Sewell. When Anna was fourteen years old, she suffered a severe ankle injury in a fall which left her unable to walk without crutches for the rest of her life. She directed all her energy and focus towards writing and her love of literature. She began to write poetry and short stories, many of which were published in local newspapers and magazines. The book was finally published in 1877 when Sewell was fifty-seven years old, just a year before her death. While Sewell did not live to see the immense impact and popularity that her book created but she left behind a rich legacy which inspired people to be more compassionate towards animals and advocate for their rights.

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