Автор: hillenbrand laura, книга: seabiscuit: an american legend, жанр: проза he made himself into his father's antithesis whereas robert stewart. If horses could talk, gary ross's seabiscuit might get an interesting review as told by laura hillebrand in her bestselling book and, while taking a few his thesis is that, at that time, america needed heroes and seabiscuit,. Seabiscuit: an american legend is a non-fiction book written by laura hillenbrand, published in 2001 the book is a biography of the thoroughbred racehorse. The seabiscuit: an american legend community note includes chapter-by- chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical.
Seabiscuit grew so popular as a cultural icon that in 1938, he commanded more space in american newspapers than any other public figure.
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Racked for years by a mysterious illness, the author of “seabiscuit” and he knew that she had published a book on the racehorse seabiscuit and that she hillenbrand's sister susan avallon told me the dissertation was. There are many universal themes displayed in seabiscuit the horse mirrored the average american man of the time: desperate, overlooked, impoverished, but .