Humpbacked Pony Analytical Essay by Peter Pen

Humpbacked Pony
A review of a Russian fairy tale "Humpbacked Pony', which teaches children the important values in life.
# 109787 | 1,300 words | 1 source | APA | 2008
Published on Dec 08, 2008 in Literature (Children)

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This paper interprets the characters and situations in the Russian fairytale, "Humpbacked Pony" as they relate to children in the real world. The paper comments that "Humpbacked Pony" is an excellent story for a child in that it teaches them many good values that they will need in their life and also promotes the important values of friendship and forgiveness.

From the Paper:

"The youngest son Ivan finds the mare. In exchange for letting it go the mare will trade him two golden maned steeds and a humpbacked pony that will become his one true friend. Ivan's brothers stole the two horses and sold them to the tsar. The tsar's grooms could not handle the horses so the tsar hired Ivan to work in his stables. The royal chamberlain was the head stableman before Ivan got there. Since Ivan took his job he was very jealous and mean to Ivan. He spied on him all the time waiting for him to make a mistake. Ivan meets the sun and the moon and a large whale monster on the way."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "Humpbacked Pony"

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APA Format

Humpbacked Pony (2008, December 08) Retrieved September 18, 2019, from

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"Humpbacked Pony" 08 December 2008. Web. 18 September. 2019. <>