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What is the falling action in the book "Black Beauty"? Anna Sewell's "Black Beauty" |

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The falling action of a plot follows the conflict.  So, in "Black Beauty" by Anna Sewell, in Chapter 47 after Black Beauty endures many hardships at the hands of callous or uncaring owners, Beauty collapses.  But, a farrier realizes that Beauty can heal, so the horse is taken to an auction in Chapter 48 where he is purchased by Squire Thoroughgood and his compassionate grandson who believe that they can restore the black horse to health in their meadow in the country.  The fresh air and good grass heal the horse and he is sold to Ellen and Lavinia Blomfield.  Their groom Joe Green recognizes Beauty and cares for him for the rest of his life, and the horse is at peace.

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