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Black Beauty by Anna Sewell Chapter 7 Ginger One day when Ginger and I were standing alone in the shade, we had a great deal of talk; she wanted to know all about my bringing up and breaking in, and I told her. “Well,” said she, “if I had had your bringing up I might have had as good a temper as you, but now I don’t believe I ever shall.” “Why not?” I said. “Because it has been all so different with me,” she replied. “I never had any one, horse or man, that was kind to me, or that I cared to please, for in the first place I was taken from my mother as soon as I was weaned, and put with a lot of other young colts; none of them cared for me, and I cared for none of them.
Black Beauty, written by Anna Sewell, was published in 1877. It is the story of a black horse called Black Beauty. In this worksheet, students read a passage from chapter 7 and list 10 character traits about Ginger
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Character Traits and Black Beauty
written by Anna Sewell, was published in 1877. It is the story of a black horse called Black Beauty.
Using personification, the story is told from the horse’s point of view.
Below is a passage from the novel. Beauty is talking to another horse named Ginger.