Folklore collection and social investigation in late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century England

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Freeman, M.;
  • Publisher: Taylor and Francis
  • Subject: HN | PN

This article compares the different, but related, activities of folklore collection and social investigation in an important period of English rural history. It is argued that the outputs of both activities reflected a complex series of social and cultural interactions ... View more
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