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The Black Stallion - Section 1, Chapter 1 - 4 Summary & Analysis

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The Black Stallion by Walter Farley is the story of the emotional bond between a boy, the young Alec Ramsay, and a stallion, a fierce and untamed beast called the Black. Alec Ramsay was a young student who spent two months with his uncle in India. On his journey home, the Drake, the boat upon which Alec traveled, stopped in the Middle East to pick up both passengers and cargo. It was here that Alec first laid eyes upon the Black.

The steamer called the Drake left the coast of India and headed towards London through the Arabian Sea. Alexander Ramsay had spent two months with his Uncle Ralph, a missionary in India. With his uncle, Alec had learned to do what he had been looking forward to his entire young life: ride horses. Alec sadly looked over the rail of the...

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