1001 Best Things Ever Said About Horses

Steven Price
Rowman & Littlefield, 01.10.2006 - 400 Seiten
From the dawn of time, horses have been at once our idols and our companions, awakening in us feelings of awe and inspiration while serving as our partners in almost all human endeavors. Philosophers, artists, and writers have sought to describe their--and our--attraction to these magnificent creatures that have become all things to all people.
This book will reflect the variety of our fascination with and love of horses, from classic texts of Greek and Roman philosophers, the Bible, and the Koran through Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Dickens to such contemporaries as Clint Eastwood, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and Mr. Ed.

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1. It is an excellent little book. Even if you don't own or ride horses, if you know nothing about them, these quotes are indicative of the esteem in which these loved animals are held. If you know ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Steven D. Price, a consulting editor of The Lyons Press, is the author of more than twenty-three books, including 1001 Dumbest Things Ever Said, The Quotable Horse Lover, The Ultimate Fishing Guide, and Old As the Hills: The Story of Bluegrass Music. A resident of New York City, he is a keen observer of human and equine achievement and folly.

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