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Book Title: Traveller|
The author of the book: Richard Adams
Edition: Penguin Books
Date of issue: November 5th 1989
ISBN 13: 9780140119343
Format files: PDF
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I dreamt last night that there was wind and rain.
I got up and looked out, but all was strange;
A muddy track across a wooded plain;
A distant tumult, angry cries, exchange
Of fire. And then, out of that dreadful night,
Appeared a scarecrow army, staggering,
Defiant, famished. In the quenched starlight
They marched on to their bitter reckoning.
Their sleepless, bloodshot eyes were turned to me.
Their flags hung black against the pelting sky.
Their jests and curses echoed whisperingly,
As though from long-lost years of sorrow -
Why, You're weeping! What then? What more
did you see?
a gray man on a gray horse rode by.
All animal lovers should enjoy reading about the adventures of "Traveller" Robert E. Lee's beloved horse during the Civil War.
Traveller relates his experiences, as he understood them to be, in an entertaining manner..
He still has nightmares about the Blue Men as he rests comfortably in his old age.
Although the innocent animal didn't understand why the Blue Men kept advancing, he did know they were his master's enemy and therefore his as well.
The link below tells the true story of Traveller who turned out to be a pretty amazing horse in real life as well as in this book.
I've rated this book by the author of Watership Down 5 stars and found it to be just as magical.
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Read information about the authorAdams was born in Newbury, Berkshire. From 1933 until 1938 he was educated at Bradfield College. In 1938 he went up to Worcester College, Oxford to read Modern History. On 3 September 1939 Neville Chamberlain announced that the United Kingdom was at war with Germany. In 1940 Adams joined the British Army, in which he served until 1946. He received a class B discharge enabling him to return to Worcester to continue his studies for a further two years (1946-48). He took the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1948 and of Master of Arts in 1953.
He was a senior civil servant who worked as an Assistant Secretary for the Department of Agriculture, later part of the Department of the Environment, from 1948 to 1974. Since 1974, following publication of his second novel, Shardik, he has been a full-time author.
He originally began telling the story of Watership Down to his two daughters, Juliet and Rosamund, and they insisted he publish it as a book. It took two years to write and was rejected by thirteen publishers. When Watership Down was finally published, it sold over a million copies in record time in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Watership Down has become a modern classic and won both the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize in 1972. To date, Adams' best-known work has sold over 50 million copies world-wide, earning him more than all his other books put together.
As of 1982, he was President of the RSPCA.
He also contested the 1983 general election, standing as an Independent Conservative in the Spelthorne constituency on a platform of opposition to fox hunting.
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