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Sporting Culture: The Eighteenth-Century Foxhunt

eBook (PDF), 85 Pages
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Price: $5.00
Ever wondered how foxhunting began? This book offers a cultural history of the eighteenth-century foxhunt. Based on primary sources, it shows how foxhunting related to politics and culture, and how sport became central to English identity. With a full bibliography and b&w illustrations, it gives an insight into the formation of this traditional sport and its role in British society. It is suitable for the general reader and those with an academic interest, as well as foxhunters and their opponents, who may find themselves reflected in their ancestors. 77 pp. Includes details of the Driffield hunt.
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Product Details

Edition
2nd
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
85
File Format
PDF
File Size
574.06 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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