Franklin

Studies in folklore, in honor of Distinguished Service Professor Stith Thompson.

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Author/Creator:
Richmond, W. Edson (Winthrop Edson), 1916- ed.
Publication:
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1957.
Series:
Indiana University. Folklore series ; Indiana University publications. no. 9.
Indiana University publications. Folklore series, no. 9
Format/Description:
Book
xv, 270 p. port., music. 24 cm.
Subjects:
Folklore.
Thompson, Stith, 1885-1976.
Contents:
The brave tailor in Danish tradition by L. Bødker
The sisters and the troll: notes to a folktale by R. Th. Christiansen
Celtic tales from Cape Breton by M. Leach
A medieval story and its Irish version by J. Szövérffy
The emergence myth in native North America by E. Wheeler
Voegelin and R.W. Moore
Hugh Miller, pioneer Scottish folklorist by R.M. Dorson
Classifying performance in the study of verbal folklore by W.H. Jansen
Folklore in the novels of Thomas Deloney by W.E. Roberts
Toward a statistical contingency method in folklore research by T.A. Sebeok
Toward a definiation of formal style, with examples from Shawnee by C.F. Voegelin and J. Yegerlehner
A miscellany of tune notes by S.P. Bayard
Some Norwegian contributions to a Danish ballad by W.E. Richmond
Abraham Lincoln's When Adam was created by F.L. Utley
American analogues of the couvade by W.D. Hand
The paganism of the Norsemen by N. Lid
The feast of Saint Martin in Ireland by S.O. Súilleabháin
Proverbial materials in Edward Eggleston, The Hoosier school master by A. Taylor.
OCLC:
492146
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