Folklore in action; essays for discussion in honor of MacEdward Leach. Philadelphia, American Folklore Society, 1962.
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Leach, MacEdward, 1896-1967.
American Folklore Society. Bibliographical and special series ; v. 14.
xii, 210 p. ill., port. 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
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R.M. Dorson.--William Robbie: folk artist of the Buchan District, Aberdeenshire, by K.S. Goldstein.--Folksongs as socio-historical documents, by J. Greenway.--The impact of the American Indian on American culture, by A.I. Hallowell.--The cante fable in decay, by H. Halpert.--American superstitions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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