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1 Tinker, Edward Larocque Centaurs of Many Lands
Austin, TX The University of Texas Press 1964 Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good Photos & Illustrations by Miss Torrey & Saubidet & Marenco & Guiraldez & Arteche 
[12], 66 pp, cream clothcovered boards w/color illustrated front panel and gilt lettering on the spine, brown-white pictorial endpapers, cream dj w/black lettering on the front panel and spine w/color illustrated front panel, black-and-white pictorial rear panel of author and and Argentine gaucho. The author describes the relationship between the rider and mount and it calls to mind the centaur legend, in which horse and man are imaginatively fused into one being. The book contains six chapters: The Spanish Riding Academy of Vienna, The Spahis, The Guardia Mora, Centaurs of Spain, The Cenaur of Nawanagar, and The Centaurs of the Americas. 
Price: 18.91 USD
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2 Tinker, Edward Larocque Life and Literature of the Pampas
Gainesville, FL University of Florida 1961 Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket Illustrated 
51 pp, light brown SC wraps w/blk letters & deco on front cover. Pamphlet about the Gaucho in verse, on the stage and his early history in Argentina and Uruguay 
Price: 23.76 USD
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3 Tinker, Edward Larocque w/intro by McGann, Thomas F. The Horsemen of the Americas : And the Literature They Inspired
Austin, TX The University of Texas Press 1967 2nd Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Illustrated 
xviii,150 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/black illustration by Capurro on the front cover w/black lettering & gilt design on the spine, dj tan-light green-brown-dark green illustrated front & spine, illustrated back panel. It has eight illustrations in full color. The author portrays the life of the horsemen of the two Americas, the conditions which created them, and those that ultimately destroyed or transformed them. He saw the similarity of the American cowboy, the Argentine Gaucho, and the Mexican Vaquero. They all received their gear and technique of cattle hadnling from Spain, and developed the same independence, courage, and hardihood. The largest part of the book deals with the gaucho of Argentina and Uruguay. The second and third sections examine the charro of Mexico and the cowboy of the United States. #85 ofThe First Hundred Publications of the Humanities Research Center of the University of Texas at Austin. 
Price: 63.75 USD
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4 Tinker, Edward Larocque w/intro by Frantz, Joe B. The Splendid Spectacle of Portuguese Bull Fighting
Austin, TX The Encino Press 1967 Limited Hard Cover Near Fine Clear Mylar Limited Edition Torrey, Helen 
viii, 24 pp, quarterbound w/white papercovered boards w/red cloth covered spine. This is state 2 of the book. 600 cc's were printed with this being one of 300 copies designated for general distribution. The book was published for The Humanities Research Center, the University of Texas by The Encino Press. The book describes the various personages in the bull ring, their clothing, their equipment and their duties, along with how the bull fight is conducted. It is #75 The First Hundred publications of the humanities research center of the University of Texas at Austin. 
Price: 29.75 USD
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