Folklore in action; essays for discussion in honor of MacEdward Leach. Philadelphia, American Folklore Society, 1962.

New York, Kraus Reprint Co., 1970.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
GR15 .B4 Off-site
George Mason
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GR15 .F58 Available Request
Subjects Folklore.
Leach, MacEdward, 1896-1967.
Series American Folklore Society. Bibliographical and special series ; v. 14.
Description xii, 210 p. ill., port. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The toast: a neglected form of folk narrative, by R. Abrahams.--Irish legend in Irish literature, by R.K. Alspach.--Decline and revival of Anglo-American folk music, by S.P. Bayard.--Folksong affiliations of Maine, by H.P. Beck.--Folklore and the Medieval romance, by G. Bordman.--The folkness of the folk, by B.A. Botkin.--The folk ballad and the literary ballad: an essay in classification, by T.P. Coffin.--Cape Breton nicknames and tales, by H. Creighton.--Oral styles of American folk narrators, By R.M. Dorson.--William Robbie: folk artist of the Buchan District, Aberdeenshire, by K.S. Goldstein.--Folksongs as socio-historical documents, by J. Greenway.--The impact of the American Indian on American culture, by A.I. Hallowell.--The cante fable in decay, by H. Halpert.--American superstitions and popular beliefs, by W.D. Hand.--Ango-Irish balladry in North America, by G.M. Laws, Jr.--Renaissance Robin Hood plays, by W.E. Simeone.--The riddle as a primary form, by A. Taylor.
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