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eBook Folk Travelers: Ballads, Tales, and Talk (Publication of the Texas Folklore Society Number XXV) ePub

by Mody C. editor Boatright

  • ISBN: 058525365X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Mody C. editor Boatright
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Texas Folklore Society; First edition. edition (1953)
  • ePub book: 1657 kb
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Added Title: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society, Number 2.

Added Title: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society, Number 25. Series Title: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society. This volume of the Publications of the Texas Folklore Society contains popular folklore of Texas and Mexico, including traveling anecdotes, folk ballads, folklore in natural history, as well as information about black and white magic, Western animals, and cattle brands. The index begins on page 259. Relationship to this item: (Has Format). Folk Travelers: Ballads, Tales and Talk, ark:/67531/metadc970072. What responsibilities do I have when using this book? Digital Files.

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The Texas Folklore Society has collected, presented, and preserved more folklore than any other similar society . They wanted to know what folklore topics members had been interested in and talking about since the first TFS gathering in 1909

The Texas Folklore Society has collected, presented, and preserved more folklore than any other similar society in the United States. It has brought to Texas and sent out from Texas some of the leading folklorists of the nation. They wanted to know what folklore topics members had been interested in and talking about since the first TFS gathering in 1909. Abernethy set the TFS secretary to typing up all past TFS meeting programs and contents of Society publications.

By 1972, thirty-six volumes had appeared, recording approximately two thousand folktales, ranging in type from simple puns to complex relatings of marvels and adventures and in treatment from straightforward presentation to scholarly discussion.

Ballads, Tales, and Talk. A collection of articles from the Texas Folklore Society. Shipped in 8 to 10 working days. 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.