War Horse Captures Equine Behavior with Puppets

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Most horse lovers have read Black Beauty, the famous novel Anna Sewell wrote to raise awareness of the mistreatment of carriage and other working horses in Victorian England. Another English writer, Michael Morpurgo, accomplished a similar feat with War Horse, his 2007 novel of World War I told, like Black Beauty, through the eyes of an equine protagonist. The horse, Joey, and the English boy who

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