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Feb 3, 2020

[Answer] 1. [People] Which nineteenth-century novelist's only novel was written with the intention of drawing adults' attention to the plight of working horses, and was never intended to be a children's book?

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...1. War Horse 2. Black Beauty 3. Animal Farm 4. The Horse Whisperer Anna Sewell was the English author of children's classic, "Black Beauty", which was published in 1877, during the final years of Sewell's life. Incredibly, considering its popularity with children, Sewell actually wrote the novel with the intention of targeting an adult audience, and aimed to bring to light issues of animal welfare, in the hope of getting people to treat horses with more compassion and kindness. Though Sewell did live to see "Black Beauty" become a success, she died from hepatitis only five months after its publication, at the age of 58.




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Black Beauty:


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