Anna Sewell

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From: The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition
Date: 20080424
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Anna Sewell , 1820-78, English author. Her only work, Black Beauty (1877), the story of a horse, became a children's classic and has gone into many reprints. Her mother, Mary Wright Sewell, 1797-1884, was also a popular writer for children.

Bibliography: See study by M. J. Baker (1957).



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