Re-Situating Folklore: Folk Contexts and Twentieth-Century Literature and Art

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The relationship between folklore and literature, two powerful forms of human expression, has long been of interest to folklorists and literary scholars. Even in the postmodern era, folklore remains a compelling source for artists and writers. Re-Situating Folklore: Folk Contexts and Twentieth-Century Literature and Art focuses on the work of a number of writers and visual artists who have incorporated folklore into their short stories, novels, plays, photographs, paintings, and creations in other genres. Frank de Caro ...

Re-Situating Folklore: Folk Contexts and Twentieth-Century Literature and Art 2004, University of Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9781572332485

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