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A Treasury of Georgia Folklore #2019

A Treasury of Georgia Folklore Anyone reared in rural or small town Georgia before World War II will remember much of this material The reader who is unfamiliar with the rural South or too young to have experienced the joys of a p

  • Title: A Treasury of Georgia Folklore
  • Author: Ronald, G Killion
  • ISBN: 9780877972983
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Treasury of Georgia Folklore By Ronald, G Killion, Anyone reared in rural or small town Georgia before World War II will remember much of this material The reader who is unfamiliar with the rural South, or too young to have experienced the joys of a pre 1940 Georgia youth, will find this book to be a collection of the oral traditions which have almost disappeared Georgia s rapid development into an industrialized societyAnyone reared in rural or small town Georgia before World War II will remember much of this material The reader who is unfamiliar with the rural South, or too young to have experienced the joys of a pre 1940 Georgia youth, will find this book to be a collection of the oral traditions which have almost disappeared Georgia s rapid development into an industrialized society has made this publication of the folklore papers collected by the Georgia Writers Project 1936 1940 all the important.

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    1. This neat little collection of Georgia folklore provides a fascinating, if pithy, look into the traditional stories, songs, beliefs, and superstitions which once defined rural Georgia culture While lacking substantive secondary research or contextualization, this collection is nevertheless extremely useful and entertaining for having gathered in one place such a disparate number of sources Culled from interviews of local blacks and whites under the auspices of the Federal Writers Project, A Trea [...]

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