Alec and the black stallion

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The Black Stallion (The Black Stallion, #1) by Walter Farley

Published originally in 1941, this book is about a young boy, Alec Ramsay who finds a wild black stallion at a small Arabian port on the Red Sea. Between the black stallion and young boy, a strange understanding grew that you lead them through untold dangers as they journeyed to America. Nor could Alec understand that his adventures with the black stallion would capture the interest of an entire nation.
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The series chronicles the story of a sheikh's prized stallion after he comes into Alec's possession, although later books furnish the Black's backstory. Shaytan under various transliterations is the Arabic word for "devil". The first book in the series, published in , is titled The Black Stallion.
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Son of the Black Stallion

This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to administer and improve your experience on our site, to help diagnose and troubleshoot potential server malfunctions, and to gather use and demographic information. See our cookie policy. Skip to Content. Get age-based picks. Themes include courage and perseverance. The movie explores the deep bond that can develop between people and animals. Alec is a brave boy who manages to survive after a shipwreck.

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The first half of "The Black Stallion" is so gloriously breathtaking that the second half, the half with all the conventional excitement, seems merely routine. We've seen the second half before — the story of the kid, the horse, the veteran trainer, and the big race. But the first hour of this movie belongs among the great filmgoing experiences. It is described as an epic, and earns the description. The film opens at sea, somewhere in the Mediterranean, forty or so years ago, on board a ship inhabited by passengers who seem foreign and fearsome to a small boy.

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  1. The Black Stallion, known as the Black or Shêtân, is the title character from author Walter The Black Stallion () - In the series' first book, teenaged Alec Ramsay, returning from India and a visit to his uncle, and an untamed, apparently .

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