Folk Travelers: Ballads, Tales, and Talk
Mody Coggin Boatright, Wilson Mathis Hudson, Allen Maxwell
Texas Folklore Society, 1953 - 261 pagina's
A collection of articles from the Texas Folklore Society. The title comes from J. Frank Dobie's chapter on The Traveling Anecdote.” Also included are Roy Bedichek on Folklore in Natural History;” The Names of Western Wild Animals,” by George D. Hendricks; Bonny Barbara Allen,” by Joseph W. Hendren; Aunt Cordie's Ax and Other Motifs in Oil,” by Mody C. Boatright; The Western Ballad and the Russian Ballada,” by Robert C. Stephenson; The Love Tragedy in Texas-Mexican Balladry,” by Americo Paredes; Emerson and the Language of the Folk,” by John Q. Anderson; Tales of Neiman-Marcus,” by James Howard; The Devil in the Big Bend,” by Elton Miles; and others.
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The Traveling Anecdote
Folklore in Natural History
The Names of Western Wild Animals
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