Folk Fashion (North American Folklore) (Library Binding)

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Folk Fashion (North American Folklore) By Sherry Bonnice, Alan Jabbour (Introduction by) Cover Image
By Sherry Bonnice, Alan Jabbour (Introduction by)


What do a tale, a joke, a fiddle tune, a quilt, a jig, a game of jacks, a country cure, and a Halloween costume all have in common? Not much, at first glance, but all these forms of human creativity are part of our cultural life and experience. They create the wide, rich collection of material we call folklore. Folklore means the cultural traditions that are learned and passed along by ordinary people as part of the fabric of their lives and culture. This series of volumes explores the many faces of folklore throughout the North American continent. By illuminating the many aspects of folklore in our lives, readers will gain a deeper appreciation for the richness of their cultural fabric.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781590843383
ISBN-10: 159084338X
Publisher: Mason Crest Publishers
Publication Date: October 1st, 2002
Pages: 106
Language: English
Series: North American Folklore (Hardcover)