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Noble brutes : how Eastern horses transformed English culture

Author: Donna Landry
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008, ©2009.
Series: Animals, history, culture.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"More than two hundred Oriental horses were imported into the British Isles between 1650 and 1750. With the horses came Eastern ideas about horsemanship and the relationship between horses and humans. Landry's ground-breaking archival research reveals how these Eastern imports profoundly influenced riding and racing styles, as well as literature and sporting art."--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Landry
ISBN: 9780801890284 0801890284
OCLC Number: 213600593
Description: 240 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Introduction. What the Horses Said: An Equine History --
1. Horsemanship in the British Isles before the Eastern Invasion --
2. The Making of the English Hunting Seat --
3. Steal of a Turk: Trafficking in Bloodstock --
4. About a Horse: The Bloody Shouldered Arabian --
5. The Noble Brute: Contradictions in Equine Ideology, East and West --
Epilogue: Her Ladyship's Arabian: Aftermaths.
Series Title: Animals, history, culture.
Responsibility: Donna Landry.
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This is a fascinating thesis, absorbing in its many insights and detours, and lovingly argued. -- Allan Mallinson Country Life 2009 Only someone who is both a cultural historian and a devoted horse Read more...

 
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