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hi ppl. does anyone think there is much symbolism in black beauty? do you know what it means?
isn't it just a story about a horse that gets treated badly by people? What symbolism do you see? GraemeLeggett 11:05, 6 Apr 2005 (UTC)
this is a story about an innocent horse being mistreated for no apparent reason. Anna wrote this book to try and show people that animals to have feelings, and all the unnessary cruelty that was and has been forced upon horses. This book shows alot of symbolism and it is not just about a horse getting treated badly it shows how this horse as an animal has feelings and overall should not be mistreated for any reason.
The suggested merger of Sewell Park (Norwich) into the Anna Sewell article- can't really see the need for it. The park is notable as having a direct connection with the Sewell family, and a history all of its own. The park celebrates its centenary this year and has generated a lot of interest. I hope to visit and take photographs to add to the article. By the way the link is to the American Sewell Park. Northmetpit (talk) 10:42, 4 June 2008 (UTC)
The Sewell Park article is about a park located in Texas. Here is the link to the Sewell Park, Norwich. I think both Anna Sewell and the park are notable enough to deserve an individual article. Plus, they each are about very different topic. A See Also link is quite sufficient in my opinion. Therefore, I vote no to the merger suggestion. GiuseppeMassimo (talk) 01:06, 22 December 2008 (UTC)