Volume 13 No. 3

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"Herself: Woman and Place in Appalachian Literature" by Carole Ganim. "Experts vs. Amateurs: The Irony of School Consolidation in Jackson County, Kentucky" by Tom Boyd and Alan J. DeYoung. "A Complete Mountaineer" by Loyal Jones.

Poetry by Victor M. Depta ("The Glittering") and Bob Henry Baber ("The Stripping of Cold Knob" and "West Virginia Lowku").

Reviews by Robert L. Taylor (Nashville in the New South, 1880-1930 by Don H. Doyle), Charles Camp (Where the Potomac Begins: A History of the North Branch Valley by Gilbert Gude), Richard Gordon (Mountaineer Jamboree: Country Music in West Virginia by Ivan M. Tribe), John C. Inscoe (Fiddle and Bow by Robert Taylor, Jr.), W.K. McNeil (Minstrel of the Appalachians: The Story of Bascom Lamar Lunsford by Loyal Jones), William J. Schafer (Southern Dreams and Trojan Women by Leo Snow), Robert B. Jones (Editorial Wild Oats: Edward Ward Carmack and Tennesseee Politics by Willima R. Majors), Carole Ganim (Feminist Archetypal Theory: Interdisciplinary Re-Visions of Jungian Thought ed. with an introduction and a Theoretical Conclusion by Estella Lauter and Carol Schreier Rupprecht), Durwood Dunn (Literature of Tennessee ed. by Ray Willbanks), Marshall Hyatt (Blacks in Appalachia ed. by William H. Turner and Edward J. Cabbell), and Pete Daniel (Lord and Father A Film by Joe B. Gray, Junior).

"Festival Theater at Rock Kiln Ruin, Lexington, VA" by William W. French.

"Appalachian Music from Folkways" by Ivan M. Tribe (Let Me Fall: Old Time Bluegrass from the Virginia-North Carolina Border by Cullen Galyean and Bobby Harrison, Smokey Joe Miller and His Georgia Pals by Smokey Joe Miller, Newman Young and Lawrence Humphries, Half and Half, Volume II by Half and Half, and Suzanne by Harley Allen and Mike Lilly).

"Chronicle" and "Signs of the Times."


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