J. Edward Chamberlin, a breeder of horses and professor of English at the University of Toronto, draws from archeology, biology, art, literature, and ethnography in his continuing examination of the equine/human relationship. His book, Horse: How the Horse Has Shaped Civilizations, now out in a paperback edition from BlueBridge Press, tells of horses both wild and domesticated, working in rodeos and expanding empires, inspiring art and providing sustenance. (KingRat)
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