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By James T. Bratcher

The first of the courses of the Texas Folklore Society, Round the Levee, edited through Stith Thompson, was once released in 1916. through 1972, thirty-six volumes had seemed, recording nearly thousand folktales, ranging in style from uncomplicated puns to complicated relatings of marvels and adventures and in therapy from user-friendly presentation to scholarly dialogue. In his quantity, James T. Bratcher indexes and makes the wealth of fabric during this sequence on hand to folklorists everywhere.

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