What's going on? (in modern Texas folklore) / edited by Francis Edward Abernethy.

Contributor(s): Abernethy, Francis EdwardMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 40.Publisher: Austin : Encino Press, 1976Edition: 1st edDescription: xi, 309 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Folklore -- Texas | Popular culture -- Texas | Texas -- Social life and customsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: What's going on? (in modern Texas folklore).DDC classification: 390/.08 s | 398.2/09764 LOC classification: GR1 | .T4 no. 40
Contents:
Shuffler, R.H. And that's how some folklore is born.--Nichols, O.M. Jack Ruby.--Marcus, S. Neiman-Marcus lore from the inside.--Carpenter, A. Cobras at K-Mart.--Duncan, R.J. Chain letters.--Byrd, J.W.A bumper crop of modern epigrams.--Hudson, J. The sissy test.--Dykes, L.L. The ghost and tiny Alice.--McCullen, J.T. From the halls of justice.--Russell, R.L. The folklore of marijuana.--Nye, H. Texas tea and rainy day woman.--Lee, J.W. Bury my heart at wounded 'neck.--McDonald, A.P. You gotcha ears on?--Martin, W.C. Preparing the fatted calf.--Mansfield, D. Rodeo cowboy 1976.--Doyle, C.C. As the hearse goes by.--Abernethy, F.E. Give the world a smile each day.--Lomax, J.F. Zydeco--must live on!--Logsdon, G. Western swing.--Malone, B.C. Growing up with Texas country music.--Reid, J. Postscript: the improbable rise of redneck rock.--Alexander, S.G. Backwoods beer busts.
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Includes index.

Shuffler, R.H. And that's how some folklore is born.--Nichols, O.M. Jack Ruby.--Marcus, S. Neiman-Marcus lore from the inside.--Carpenter, A. Cobras at K-Mart.--Duncan, R.J. Chain letters.--Byrd, J.W.A bumper crop of modern epigrams.--Hudson, J. The sissy test.--Dykes, L.L. The ghost and tiny Alice.--McCullen, J.T. From the halls of justice.--Russell, R.L. The folklore of marijuana.--Nye, H. Texas tea and rainy day woman.--Lee, J.W. Bury my heart at wounded 'neck.--McDonald, A.P. You gotcha ears on?--Martin, W.C. Preparing the fatted calf.--Mansfield, D. Rodeo cowboy 1976.--Doyle, C.C. As the hearse goes by.--Abernethy, F.E. Give the world a smile each day.--Lomax, J.F. Zydeco--must live on!--Logsdon, G. Western swing.--Malone, B.C. Growing up with Texas country music.--Reid, J. Postscript: the improbable rise of redneck rock.--Alexander, S.G. Backwoods beer busts.

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