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7 results for North Carolina Folklore Journal Vol. 3 Issue 1, July 1955
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35066
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The story of how a carpenter managed to rebuild a friendship and cure a handicapped child (with cover art).
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35073
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The author reflects on his own childhood and the nature of how ‘play’ in children’s lives is very important. Similarity in themes of games is widespread, such as the color green.
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35070
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The author theorizes that the origins of hard-luck stories came from Disciplina Clericalis in the twelfth century. The far reaching tales from this book made its way to more well-known authors, such as Shakespeare and Chaucer. A translated excerpt from the book is included.
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35076
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The author describes how to play the two types of Morris games, and relates how the game of Fox and Geese can be played on a Morris board. Diagrams of the Morris boards are given.
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35082
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This is a collection of sayings that were commonly found on wooden plaques in novelty shops in western North Carolina.
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35080
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This is a collection of highly exaggerated anecdotes surrounding the history of Anson County.
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35078
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The author names off several games of his childhood, and describes one in detail.
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