Anna Sewell Passage Analysis

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The author uses this quote, told by John, to express her feeling towards religion, beliefs, actions, and feelings. During this period of the book, John sees a horse being mistreated by his master. His words hold deep meaning and insight into what he feels is right. John lives a life in which he cares for everything around him, men and animals. So, it angers him to see people take a creature 's well being as well as their mental and physical state, with a grain of salt. During this time especially when religion was so important to people, Anna Sewell makes a valid claim with this quote that tells that even if you are highly religious, it means nothing unless you practice what you speak of. Many like to flaunt their status in world as well as
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