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Author: Richard Adams
The American Civil War as seen through the eyes of Traveller, General Robert E. Lee's horse, as told by Traveller to Tom, a domestic cat in his stables in Lexington, Virginia. This is an account of war, beasts and people.
ISBN-13: 9780440204930
ISBN-10: 0440204933
Publication Date: 11/5/1989
Pages: 355
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Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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By the author of Watership Down, this is the Civil War as seen through the eyes of Robert E. Lee's horse, Traveller. It's after the war, and he's telling one of the Lee's cats about his adventures during the war. Funny and sad.
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A brave man and a horse, ride into battle together-each depending on each other. Robert E. Lee's gallant and beloved horse Traveller has become the stuff of legend. In this novel the writer makes us believe so deeplu in the rabbit sensibilities of Watership Down.
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