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The Black Stallion - Section 3, Chapter 8 - 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 began with Alec and the Black heading to Alec's home in Flushing, a suburb of New York City. Afraid that the horse would get nervous, Alec stands in the rear of the truck that Joe Russo, a reporter from the Daily Telegram, had secured for them in the hopes of getting Alec's full story. The group reached Alec's home and the boy ran over to his neighbor's home to ask her if the Black could stay in their barn. Mrs. Dailey, the neighbor, agrees to let the Black use the rundown stall next to a horse named Napoleon. A short man named Henry Dailey, the husband of the woman to whom Alec spoke, met the group by the stables to set the Black up in the stall next to the elderly workhorse, Napoleon. The two horses got along well and Alec...

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