Volume 2 No. 3

Volume: 
2
Number: 
3
Issue: 
Spring
Year: 
1975
Price: 
$10 each

"Alice's Wonderland" by Paul J. Kaufman, "A New Concept in Legal Education" by Betty Hall and Betty Justice, "Folk Culture History of the Blue Ridge Mountains" by Gene Wilhelm Jr., and "An Ambivalent Relationship: Dog and Human in the Folk Culture of the Rural South" by James William Jordan. Reviews by Brom Weber (Tar Heel Laughter edited by Richard Walser), Rogers Whitener (News from Pigeon Roost by Harvey J. Miller, A Right Good People by Harold Warren, and Bits of Mountain Speech by Paul Fink), Alice Claudel (Dialogue with a Dead Man by Jim Wayne Miller), and Bruce Rosenberg (And They All Sang Hallelujah: Plain-Folk Camp-Meeting Religion, 1800-1845 by Dickson D. Bruce Jr.). Brief Music Reviews by W.H. Ward (Diamond Studs, The Red Clay Ramblers by the Red Clay Ramblers, Country Blue-grass from Southwest Virginia produced by Folkways, and Getting Folk Out of the Country by Hedy West and Bill Clifton). "More Controversy in God's Grand Division: Communications to the Editor." Poetry by Coleman Barks ("Lakewater Brides") and George Scarbrough ("On Plowing a One-Eyed Mule").

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