Studies in Texan Folklore--Rio Grande Valley: Twelve Folklore Studies with Introductions, Commentaries & a Bounty of Notes. Lore 1
Edwin Mellen Press, 1997 - 162 páginas
Based on original research, this study gives the first in-depth study of Rio Grande Valley Folklore in Texas, combining Hispanic and American elements. Contains studies on the evil eye, shock, recetas and curanderos (healers and healing), ghosts, owllore, and weather. Many extracts from interviews are reproduced in detail, and full commentary, notes and bibliography are provided.
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