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last Captain of Horse a portrait of chivalry by Werner Bergengruen

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Published by Thames and Hudson in London .
Written in English

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Statementby Werner Bergengruen.
The Physical Object
Pagination303 p. ;
Number of Pages303
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14429501M

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  This was a truly noble beast, set to carry a fierce warrior like Captain Keogh. During one of his first battles, Comanche was wounded in the hindquarters by an arrow but continued to carry his master through the fight. Even though the horse would be wounded many more times, he always exhibited unshakable tenacity. Many people have helped me in the writing of this book. In particular I want to thank Clare and Rosalind, Sebastian and Horatio, Jim Hindson (veterinary surgeon), Albert Weeks, the late Wilfred Ellis and the late Captain Budgett – all three octogenarians in the parish of Iddesleigh.   Sure signs that the creative wells are running dry at last, the Captain’s ninth, overstuffed outing both recycles a villain (see Book 4) and offers trendy anti-bullying wish fulfillment. Not that there aren’t pranks and envelope-pushing quips aplenty. To start, in an alternate ending to the previous episode, Principal Krupp ends up in. Hey, it's not all about the horses. Captain Nicholls sees something special in Albert. It's probably his devotion to his horse, which would make him a great fit for the cavalry. Although Albert doesn't end up joining the cavalry, he does bring his aptitude for horses to the veterinary unit, becoming a valuable member of the military.

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