Horse: How the Horse Has Shaped CivilizationsHardback
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- Publisher: BLUEBRIDGE
- Format: Hardback | 282 pages
- Dimensions: 147mm x 201mm x 36mm | 431g
- Publication date: 28 February 2006
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0974240591
- ISBN 13: 9780974240596
- Sales rank: 1,175,530
Drawing on archaeology, biology, art, literature, and ethnography, Horse illuminates the relationship between humans and horses throughout history. It shares stories of horses at work, at war, and at play, in paintings, books, and movies, and ponders the intelligence of horses, their skill and strength as well as their grace and beauty.
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J. Edward Chamberlin is a professor of English and comparative literature at the University of Toronto. He was the senior research associate with the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, and has worked extensively on native land claims around the world. He is the author of "Come Back to Me My Language: Poetry and the West Indies, ""The Harrowing of Eden: White Attitudes Towards Native Americans," and "If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories?" The grandson of an Alberta rancher, Chamberlin has bred horses and collected stories about humans and horses for much of his life. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.
"ÝReaders will revel in this account of how the horse evolved. Insights, knowledge, wit, and verve on every page." --Richard W. Slatta, author, "The Cowboy Encyclopedia"