Killing for Sport

Killing for Sport

Killing for Sport, Henry S. Salt (Editor), G. Bernard Shaw (Preface)
Author
Various Writers
Editor
Henry S. Salt
Preface
George Bernard Shaw
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
George Bell & Sons Ltd., London
Published
1914
Pages
186
Format
Paperback
Reprints
1915 and 1917

Summary

Covers hunting, including hunting of carted deer, rabbit coursing, pigeon shooting, trapping, and fishing. The original print was the War-Time Edition.

Content

  • Preface
  • The Cruelty of Sport. By George Greenwood (1-33)
  • Sport and Agriculture. By Edward Carpenter (33-44)
  • The Cost of Sport. By Maurice Adams (45-59)
  • The Economics of Hunting. By W. H. S. Monck (60-8)
  • Facts About The Game Laws. By J. Connell (69-84)
  • The Destruction of Wild Life. By E. B. Lloyd (85-94)
  • The Callousness of Fox-Hunting. By H .B. M. Watson (95-100)
  • Big Game Hunting. By Ernest Bell (101-115)
  • Blood Sports at Schools. By an Old Etonian (Henry S. Salt) (116-129)
  • Fallacies of Sportsmen. By Henry S. Salt (130-148)
  • Appendix by Henry S. Salt (149-186)
  • Sport as a Training for War
  • "Blooding"
  • The Hunting of Gravid Animals
  • Drag-Hunt versus Stag-Hunt
  • Clay Pigeon Shooting versus Live Pigeon. By the Rev. J. Stratton
  • Coursing
  • The Gentle Crafter
  • Spoiling Other People's Pleasure

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