[ Download ] ➸ Black Beauty Author Anna Sewell – Varanus.us

Black BeautyEste Libro Autobiogr Fico De Un Caballo Llamado Belleza Negra Entusiasmar A Los Amantes De Los Animales Y A Todos Los Que Creen Que La Defensa De La Naturaleza Y De Todos Los Seres Que Forman Parte De Ella Es Uno De Los Imperativos De La Sociedad Actual.Autora De Una Obra Nica, La Escritora Brit Nica Anna Sewell 1820 1878 Ha Pasado A La Posteridad Debido A La Intensidad Del Mensaje Que Ha Transmitido En Este Libro De Belleza Negra Obra Concebida En Un Principio Para Que La Leyeran Los Que Cuidaban A Los Caballos, Pronto Se Convirti En Un Cl Sico Para Los Ni Os, Y Se Hizo Inmensamente Popular, Con Numerosas Ediciones Que Sobrepasan El Mill N De Ejemplares.Anna Sewell Ama A Los Animales Y Muy Especialmente A Los Caballos, Y En Un Tiempo En Que Stos Sol An Ser Maltratados Y Privados De Libertad, Se Erige En Su Defensora.Con Raz N Se Le Llama Al Caballo El Noble Bruto A La Nobleza De Estos Animales Debe Corresponder La Nobleza De Sus Due Os Gran Conocedora De Los Caballos, Anna Sewell, Inv Lida La Mayor Parte De Su Vida, Expres La Gratitud Que Sent A Por Ellos, Gracias A La Libertad Que Le Hab An Concedido, Y Proclam Los Derechos De Los Animales.Dese La Autora Que Mejorasen Las Condiciones De Los Caballos, Su Comida, Los Establos, El Trato, Y Conden Ante Todo La Crueldad Y La Opresi N A Que, Muchas Veces, Se Vieron Sometidos No Solamente Trat Anna Sewell Del Bienestar De Los Caballos, Sino De Los Seres Humanos, En Su Continua Lucha Contra El Alcoholismo Y La Desigualdad Social La Caridad, La Solidaridad Humana Frente A La Injusticia Y La Explotaci N Son Temas Recurrentes En La Novela De Anna Sewell, Que Por Primera Vez La Escritora Carmen Bravo Villasante Ha Traducido Ntegramente Para El Lector Espa Ol.

[ Download ] ➸ Black Beauty Author Anna Sewell – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 207 pages
  • Black Beauty
  • Anna Sewell
  • Spanish
  • 26 July 2018
  • 9788476515518

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  1. says:

    Review Black Beauty by Anna Sewell is a beautiful story meant for older children or very young adults It was written in the 19th century by a woman who passed away shortly after its publication I enjoyed the story and have given it a 3 of 5 stars, which is still very good in my book.A few interesting things 1 The point of view in the book is from Black Beauty, the horse.2 It takes place in London nearly 150 years ago.3 It s still a cherished story for both pleasure reading and education purposes.I received it as a gift when I was about 8 or 9, as I had asked for several classics for Christmas When I saw the cover, I thought it looked pretty But not enough to read it It sat on my shelf for probably two years until one day, I said let s just give it a chance I was afraid it would be too boring I ve always preferred complex plots and strong characters I wasn t sure this would really work for me I was wrong Seeing how people mistreated and misunderstood animals was a big benefit of the book It opens your eyes to things from another perspective, and if it helps just a little to develop a bond between younger adults children and animals, then it s served its purpose.It s one of those books everyone should read but not as a forced school assignment It should be something parents want to share ...


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    This is the first book I ever read I remember the day that I brought it in to show to my teacher, Miss Gerardi She asked me if I could read it, so I started reading it aloud to her right away The story is told in Black Beauty s own words Beauty s friends are hard to forget, especially high spirited Ginger Anna Sewall s words are full of loving empathy for these beautiful animals The story was set in 19th ...


  3. says:

    Black Beauty, Anna SewellBlack Beauty is an 1877 novel by English author Anna Sewell It was composed in the last years of her life, during which she remained in her house as an invalid The novel became an immediate best seller, with Sewell dying just five months after its publication, but having lived long enough to see her only novel become a...


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    The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated Mahatma GandhiI had never actually owned a copy of this wonderful classic until very recently when I spotted this one well worn and loved in a house clear out of a relative and when I was asked if there was anything I would like to take as a memento I was so happy to give a home to this stunning book Black Beauty was always out on loan from my school library and as a child I remembering constantly requesting the one copy as it was one the most popular read along with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.I adore animals of all shapes and sizes and cannot abide any sort of animal cruelty but this book brings back wonderful childhood memories for me and I think its an important book for children to read and understand that animals have feelings and they too feel pain just as humans do What a unique, heart breaking and compelling read that is as beautiful and poignant today as it was when I read it as a 10 year old girl and am sure it was way back in 1877 The story is narrated in the first person as an autobiographical memoir...


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    This was one of my very first horse books I read it when I was nine or ten, and it left a deep impression on me Told from the viewpoint of the horse, it starts with Beauty s gentle upbringing and careful training Well cared for and well mannered, Beauty is a valued animal with a good life at first But a mishap or two is all it takes for Black Beauty to begin a downward spiral into a world where the appearance of an animal matters far than its comfort, and into the depths where the only fate for a horse is to be used up in any servitude it can finally be put to Like Lassie Come Home, the story does wind to a gentler and comforting ending, but along the way there are some dark times It s an insight into another time as well as a different view of the world Once consider...


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    Okay it had started as a review but it ended up becoming something totally different It is rather dark, you have been warned In Defense of Cannibalism I think the story starts when, as a kid, I was a neighbor of this family of slaughterers for a short while and, though they did their work within walls of their house, still sitting inside our home, we could hear the cries of goats, full of pain, as they were being slaughtered These cries would go on for several minutes It was unbearable for my family to hear those cries day after day Personally, I found their reactions annoying.I have never liked these kind hearted people Animals have always been slaughtered, and most of them never show concern except when it happens right in front of them, which is when their hyper sensitive imagination starts working and they suddenly grow compassionate Their compassion creates an inconvenience when things happen in their backyard, an inconvenience which they want removed They can t care less for animals They won t mind if it happens at some distance, away from their physical presence.And this is true generally, even when we are talking about suffering of hum...


  7. says:

    My doctrine is this, that if we see cruelty or wrong that we have the power to stop, and do nothing, we make ourselves sharers in the guilt.

    BLACK BEAUTY, with the help of some of her friends and acquaintances, narrates her own life story in this absolute gem of a children s classic I ve always loved the beauty and grace of horses, but now have an even greater respect and appreciation for themand their needs.

    A few heartbreaking stories are told here, but the positive...


  8. says:

    I revisited this classic horse story not knowing what to expect, really I have found that I can t really trust my childhood memories In this case, however, the years made no difference The odd thing I noticed while reading this book was how completely I d internalized the messages regarding animals and how one should treat them I know that I must have read this 20 or 30 times before I was 14, but I didn t ...


  9. says:

    Anna Sewell s evocative, poignant and yes, often devastatingly brutal autobiography of a horse, her 1877 Black Beauty, is a novel which even though I very much and dearly cherish and appreciate and consider it even a personal favourite , I am also glad to have first read as an adult, and NOT as a child For with horses being amongst my favourite animals, particularly Black Beauty s many many trials and tribulations, his often neglectful and at times even deliberately cruelly abusive grooms and owners, the fact that there are also horses depicted who succumb, who perish due to abuse and neglect with poor Ginger s suffering and death being especially sad, heartbreaking and infuriating , all this would have likely been much much too saddening for my sensitive childhood self and indeed, I would thus not automatically recommend Black Beauty for younger children, and would also strongly encourage parents and caregivers to pre read the novel, to check if the subject matter could perhaps not be too much for very sensitive children, and especially children who are ethical vegetarians or vegans But as an adult and I first read Black Beauty at around age twenty or so , I can not only appreciate both Beauty s life story, but also and perhaps even so the historical fact that A...


  10. says:

    I m sorry, I read this book when I was 6 or 7 and it almost scarred me for life..the sight of Ginger s body being carted away stayed with me for years Between this, Where the Red Fern Grows, The Yearling, and of course Old Yeller I have to assume that somewhere there is a Marquis de Sade school of children s literature I never gave these to my children as they were growing up they had to make do with Narnia, Charlie Bucket, and some others Neither the b...

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