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Mighty Mary By Max Davine Mighty Mary Mary was a circus elephant The Star of the West She could dance play the trumpet and pleased crowds wherever she went In after a disastrous Wild West show in Erwin Tennessee acts against Mary

  • Title: Mighty Mary
  • Author: Max Davine
  • ISBN: 1644673398
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mighty Mary By Max Davine Mary was a circus elephant The Star of the West She could dance, play the trumpet and pleased crowds wherever she went.In 1916, after a disastrous Wild West show in Erwin Tennessee, acts against Mary the five ton Indian elephant would go down in history as one of the most disturbing bizarre cases of animal cruelty the world has ever seen.But, Mary had a life before the c Mary was a circus elephant The Star of the West She could dance, play the trumpet and pleased crowds wherever she went.In 1916, after a disastrous Wild West show in Erwin Tennessee, acts against Mary the five ton Indian elephant would go down in history as one of the most disturbing bizarre cases of animal cruelty the world has ever seen.But, Mary had a life before the circus She was free once Part of a wild herd.During the British Raj, she was captured, trained and sent to America to become a spectacle Along the way, she loved, she lost, she made friends and formed bonds She suffered heartache and experienced ecstasy She was a living being.This is her story Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 450 pages Published December 5th 2018 by Tamarind Hill Press More Details ISBN 1644673398 ISBN13 9781644673393 Edition Language English Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Win a Copy of This Book Mighty Mary by Max Davine Author Release date Dec 05, 2019 Enter for a chance to win a signed copy Enter Giveaway Format Print book

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    Mighty Mary By Max Davine

    Mary elephant Mighty Mary by Max Davine Mighty Mary is the story of an Indian elephant who was captured and transported to American to be trained as a performer After disaster struck in Erwin, Tennessee, just after the turn of the century, her case would become one of the most famous surrounding animal cruelty. Mighty Mary Davine, Max Books Dec , Mighty Mary is mostly written from Mary s point of view and displays the emotional depth that Mary and all elephants are capable of as well as the psychological changes that happen when we take an animal from the wild and attempt to tame it. USA Mighty Mary America s Cup History Mighty Mary USA , in the final of the Citizen Cup The first rounds of the CC have been sailed with the old USA , because the Mighty Marry has been finished just before the Semifinals Under the skipper Dawn Riley the crew sailed some victories, even against Conner.

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    1. Olga on said:

      Max Davine is a masterful storyteller this book keeps you captivated until the heart wrenching end.This is the story of Mighty Mary, an elephant, who in infancy is ruthlessly taken from her world and raised in America to become one of the most celebrated circus performers This reminds me of Ernest Thompson Seton s wildlife animal stories We can look at the world through the animal s eyes and understanding that they are not at all that different from us they also have feelings and emotions, Max D [...]

    2. Ros on said:

      One of the most poignant and eloquent reads I have had in long time The way in which the author has captured the voice and imagination of a baby elephant calf , and brought in to life in the human mind is absolutely amazing I felt every emotion , every heart break and every triumph Mighty Mary is a book that will stay with me forever Thankyou Max Davine for giving one of our most beautiful and intelligent, yet most mistreated and disrespected wild animals, such a strong and powerful voice One of [...]

    3. Ellie on said:

      This story has captured my heart, with Max s beautiful writing allowing the story to be told the way it should be told It is a difficult thing to give a voice to an animal, something that Max has absolutely nailed here with respect, poignance and deep understanding of the injustices that we as humans watch happen every day to these special creatures An incredibly important story told with grace.

    4. Amanda Jarrad on said:

      Such an interesting and heartbreaking piece of history, and this enthralling story was the perfect way to read about it for the first time From the first page, I was drawn in by the captivating voice of the elephant calf and couldn t stop reading There was a strong sense of place with vivid settings from the Indian jungle where Mary was born to the atmosphere of the travelling circus in the early 20th century I loved the way the story was told through her eyes and felt for her deeply Mary s Such [...]

    5. Susan Reynolds on said:

      Max gives Mary a voice which resounds in your heart long after you ve finished the story Extremely poignant in our time where disregard for these beautiful creatures and the planet should jog us to think of our eventual demise along with theirs.

    6. Jeanette Russell on said:

      I really was thoroughly entertained by reading this novel It was so skillfully and proficiently written, I felt During the story I got so captivated by Mary herself, as well as, by her plight, and journey The book had me very keen to discover , about this elephants life Covered was cruelty that she had to endure at the hands of humans, which is something I feel so strongly about Humans exploiting animals for their own entertainment and gain Homo sapiens also exploited each other, but c I really [...]

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