6 edition of The blindfold horse found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DS316.4 .G87 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2004484169|
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The Blindfold Horse by Shusha Guppy is a very special Memoir of a Persian childhood. I've read many other Persian memoirs, but I found this book really captivating, well written, very informative, filled with fascinating characters and lots of interesting new information/5(10).
The blindfold horse or camel or donkey is a feature of the Muslim world. It has its uses, and it does not realize what it is doing. It works without understanding. It will walk patiently in a circle around a stone mill. For Shusha Guppy, the image evokes the pungent odor of turmeric/5.
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Why horse wear blindfolds. Aug. 6,PM. Everyone has probably been asked by an un horsie person,why the horses are wearing blindfolds in the field.
Good question,really.I mean why would it be a good idea to blindfold a bunch of very large animals roaming around in a herd. A friend told me someone asked her this very question,and. Get this from a library. The blindfold horse: memories of a Persian childhood.
[Shusha Guppy] -- Guppy's memoir of life in Iran before the Ayatollahs is exquisite. It conveys a sense of the country and its customs and the nature of the crisis which Iran is still enduring. Though horses are sometimes blindfolded for a few reasons * training to respond to reigns and not only sight * while being treated by a vet, for example * in emergencies like a barn on fire, for calming down I have never seen one on a horse while.
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For me, the. Get this from a library. The blindfold horse: memories of a Persian childhood. [Shusha Guppy] -- "Long before the momentous Iranian Revolution ofwhich placed the country under strict religious rule, Shusha Guppy grew up in a Persia delicately balanced between traditional Islamic society.
By working together with their horse to complete tasks, the children built a trusting relationship with their horse that extended to confiding in the horse. One parent encouraged her child to tell. My mom and I guess our horses blindfolded. This feature is not available right now.
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