Title: A Good Tale and a Bonnie Tune.
Publisher: Southern Methodist University Press, Dallas
Publication Date: 1964
9" x 6". 271pp. Olive cloth, in dust wrapper. Fine condition; VG+ (price clipped) jacket with a tape reapir at the top of the spine and at the top of the rear panel. Number XXXII of the Texas Folklore Society publications. With chapters by J. Frank Dobie, Riley Aiken, James M. Lacy, E Hudson Long, Tristram P. Coffin and other notables. A really interesting book covering such diverse topics as folk music, racial discrimination and folklore of the south, the Cowboy in the British West Indies, treasure tales, and more. Bookseller Inventory # 23073
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