Killing for Sport: Essays by Various Writers by Henry S. Salt and Bernard Shaw

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Editor Salt, Henry S., 1851-1939
Author of introduction, etc. Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950
Title Killing for Sport: Essays by Various Writers
Contents Preface, by Bernard Shaw -- The cruelty of sport, by George Greenwood -- Sport and agriculture, by Edward Carpenter -- The cost of sport, by Maurice Adams -- The economics of hunting, by W.H.S. Monck -- Facts about the game laws, by J. Connell -- The destruction of wild life, by E.B. Lloyd -- The callousness of fox-hunting, by H.B.M. Watson -- Big game hunting, by Ernest Bell -- Blood sports at schools, by an old Etonian -- Fallacies of sportsmen, by Henry S. Salt -- Appendix by the editor.
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Language English
LoC Class SK: Agriculture: Hunting sports
Subject Animal welfare
Subject Hunting -- Religious aspects
Subject Hunting -- Moral and ethical aspects
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EBook-No. 49097
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