The Little White Horse is a low fantasy children's novel by Elizabeth Goudge, first published by Praises. Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling mentioned that The Little White Horse was her favourite childhood book. The Little White Horse book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When orphaned young Maria Merryweather arrives at Moonacre. The Little White Horse by Elizabeth Goudge: a fairytale of of Elizabeth Goudge's book The Little White Horse, and the room where the.
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Over and over, the emphasis on Maria having to learn to accept and embody feminine virtues and they are explicitly denoted as feminine, repeatedly. Be obedient. Don't ask questions. Sacrifice for others although, interesting, Maria never ends up having to sacrifice much, she pretty much gets her own way and leads a pretty princessy lifestyle.
Don't be proud.