Extract from 'Pearl'
“On a patch of grass, longer than it was wide, and higher than the two ridged valleys on either side, which had once been terraces of roses planted for the pleasure of a Queen, lived a cow named Pearl. The Queen, for whose pleasure the rose terraces had been planted, was the first to be named Elizabeth. Whether Elizabeth the First’s heavy damask dress ever ploughed a path between the rows of roses is not known. What is known is that . . .”
Pearl is a White Park cow with the capacity to enjoy and suffer loneliness. Hers is a true story about an animal who takes her friendless life by the horns and, in the process, teaches us a thing or two about our own lives.
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