Highly entertaining and richly informative, Wisconsin Folklore offers the first comprehensive collection of writings about the surprisingly varied folklore of Wisconsin. Beginning with a historical introduction to Wisconsin's folklore and concluding with an up-to-date bibliography, this anthology offers more than fifty annotated and illustrated entries in five sections: "Terms and Talk," "Storytelling," "Music, Song, and Dance," "Beliefs and Customs," and "Material Traditions and Folklife."
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State folklore collections are extraordinarily variable things. Eastern states such as Virginia have often been well-covered. Local areas such as the Ozarks, explored by Vance Randolph, have been well ... Přečíst celou recenzi
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Book Description: Very Fine paper back. Like new. Přečíst celou recenzi