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  • Title: Black Beauty
  • Author: Anna Sewell
  • ISBN: 1571021140
  • Page: 426
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    1. Es más oscuro que en la imagen y queda muy bien. Es cómodo de leer, no se quedan marcados los dedos y es una edición preciosa.Es un clásico de lectura obligatoria para niños y adultos. El respeto hacia aquellos seres que dependen de nosotros tendría que ser innato en nuestra naturaleza, pero esta historia denuncia que, lamentablemente, no siempre es así.


    2. Es un libro precioso. La novela de Anna Sewell, adaptada para que pueda ser leída por niños, con muchas ilustraciones para colorear.


    3. This is a wonderful book and a must have for any horse/animal lovers! This version is colourful and has some lovely pictures of the characters and Black Beauty.



    4. I'm not one of those rabid horse fans, but I did work in a stable for a year or so when I was 12, and it was a really wonderful experience. This book was never high on my to-read list because I was under the false impression that it was a sentimental story about a girl who finally gets the pony she so desperately desires. How wrong I was.Black Beauty is a simply but elegantly written fable told from the first "person" point of view of the eponymous horse. It is a delightful story about the lives [...]


    5. When I was little, I used to have a Black Beauty coloring book. It was one of my most cherished possessions, not because I enjoyed coloring the pages, but because I loved reading the story over and over again. After years of rereads, I wore the poor book out and it disappeared from my shelves, probably to the trash.To be honest, I completely forgot about Black Beauty. Or I had until I stumbled across this Kindle edition of the original, unabridged story. Those memories of long afternoons lovingl [...]


    6. I am quite amused when I read the personal reviews of this book by people who struggle with whether or not Upton Sinclair was truthful or not about the conditions in the Chicago stockyards when he wrote this classical text. Of course he wasn't! This was not meant to be a non-fictional piece nor was it even meant to be a novel of historical fiction. It was meant to be a highly exaggerated, yet concise, piece of allegorical symbolism. By unrealistically expanding on the distraught conditions of no [...]


    7. The CLASSIC, Black Beauty, I haven't read it since I was a horse-crazy girl. Now after having had over 20 horses in my life,having to leave them, as we moved from country to country (we were transferred due to my husband's work) it was particularly poignant to me.It is the story of a fabulous horse from his first gallopings across green pastures, through the various owners. each time sliding into worse and worse situations, as he aged and was not the dashing young horse of his youth.The author [...]


    8. A poignant portrayal of the Capitalist organism, especially as to its ravishment of the human spirit. One need only to read the second paragraph of Chapter 10 and the first sentence thereafter in the third paragraph to realize that the mental struggle for existence is eerily similar for most people today, including those well beyond the level of abject poverty that the principle characters in the story endured. Of course, those who run the world now as well as those who ran it then are also vi [...]


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