Uncle Remus, his songs and his sayings : the folk-lore of the old plantation /
Iconic, yet controversial fables are deployed to effect by Harris. In his introduction Harris emphasizes his own sense of the stories as ethnological and folkloric gold mines, as well as the most genuine reporductions he could muster of legitimate dialect rather that "the intolerable misrepres...
|Main Author:||Harris, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908.|
|Other Authors:||Church, Frederick S. 1842-1924., Moser, James H. (Illustrator)|
New York :
D. Appleton and Company,
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