Sporting Culture: The Eighteenth-Century Foxhunt

Sporting Culture The Eighteenth Century Foxhunt 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 spor

  • Title: Sporting Culture: The Eighteenth-Century Foxhunt
  • Author: Matthew John Shaw
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: ebook
  • 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 bw illustrations, it gives an insight into the formation of this traditional sport and its role in BrEver 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 bw 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 Includes details of the Driffield hunt.

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