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The complete tales of Uncle Remus

Author: Joel Chandler HarrisRichard ChaseA B FrostFrederick S ChurchJ M CondéAll authors
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 1955.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tales of Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, Brer B'ar, Brer Wolf, and others told by Uncle Remus are gathered together in one volume.
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Genre/Form: Fairy tales
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Harris, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908.
Complete tales of Uncle Remus.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1955
(OCoLC)607171490
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Chandler Harris; Richard Chase; A B Frost; Frederick S Church; J M Condé; E W Kemble; W H Beard
ISBN: 0395067995 9780395067994
OCLC Number: 300799
Description: xxxii, 875 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Uncle Remus : his songs and his sayings. Uncle Remus initiates the little boy ; The wonderful tar-baby story ; Why Mr. Possum loves peace ; How Mr. Rabbit was too sharp for Mr. Fox ; The story of the deluge, and how it came about ; Mr. Rabbit grossly deceives Mr. Fox ; Mr. Fox is again victimized ; Mr. Fox is "outdone" by Mr. Buzzard ; Miss cow falls a victim to Mr. Rabbit ; Mr. Terrapin appears upon the scene ; Mr. Wolf makes a failure ; Mr. Wolf tackles old man Tarrypin ; The awful fate of Mr. Wolf ; Mr. Fox and the deceitful frogs ; Mr. Fox goes a-hunting, but Mr. Rabbit bags the game ; Old Mr. Rabbit, he's a good fisherman ; Mr. Rabbit nibbles up the butter ; Mr. Rabbit finds his match at last ; The fate of Mr. Jack Sparrow ; How Mr. Rabbit saved his meat ; Mr. Rabbit meets his match again ; A story about the little rabbits ; Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Bear ; Mr. Bear catches old Mr. Bull-Frog ; How Mr. Rabbit lost his fine bushy tail ; Mr. Terrapin shows his strength ; Why Mr. Possum has no hair on his tail ; The end of Mr. Bear ; Mr. Fox gets into serious business ; How Mr. Rabbit succeeded in raising a dust ; A plantation witch ; "Jacky-my-lantern" ; Why the negro is black ; The sad fate of Mr. Fox --
Nights with Uncle Remus : myths and legends of the old plantation. Mr. Fox and Miss Goose ; Brother Fox catches Mr. Horse ; Brother Rabbit and the little girl ; How Brother Fox was too smart ; Brother Rabbit's astonishing prank ; Brother Rabbit secures a mansion ; Mr. Lion hunts for Mr. Man ; The story of the pigs ; Mr. Benjamin Ram and his wonderful fiddle ; Brother Rabbit's riddle ; How Mr. Rooster lost his dinner ; Brother Rabbit breaks up a party ; Brother Fox, Brother Rabbit, and King Deer's daughter ; Brother Terrapin deceives Brother Buzzard ; Brother Fox covets the quills ; How Brother Fox failed to get his grapes ; Mr. Fox figures as an incendiary ; A dream and a story ; The moon in the mill-pond ; Brother Rabbit takes some exercise ; Why Brother Bear has no tail ; How Brother Rabbit frightened his neighbors ; Mr. Man has some meat ; How Brother Rabbit got the meat ; African Jack ; Why the alligator's back is rough ; Brother Wolf says grace ; Spirits, seen and unseen ; A ghost story ; Brother Rabbit and his famous foot ; "In some lady's garden" ; Brother 'Possum gets in trouble ; Why the guinea-fowls are speckled ; Brother Rabbit's love-charm ; Brother Rabbit submits to a test ; Brother Wolf falls a victim ; Brother Rabbit and the mosquitoes ; The pimmerly plum ; Brother Rabbit gets the provisions ; "Cutta cord-la!" ; Aunt Tempy's story ; The fire-test ; The cunning snake ; How Brother Fox was too smart ; Brother Wolf gets in a warm place ; Brother Wolf still in trouble ; Brother Rabbit lays in his beef supply ; Brother Rabbit and Mr. Wildcat ; Mr. Benjamin Ram defends himself ; Brother Rabbit pretends to be poisoned ; More trouble for Brother Wolf ; Brother Rabbit outdoes Mr. Man ; Brother Rabbit takes a walk ; Old Grinny Granny Wolf ; How Wattle Weasel was caught ; Brother Rabbit ties Mr. Lion ; Mr. Lion's sad predicament ; The origin of the ocean ; Brother Rabbit gets Brother Fox's dinner ; How the bear nursed the little alligator ; Why Mr. Dog runs Brother Rabbit ; Brother Wolf and the horned cattle ; Brother Fox and the white muscadines ; Mr. Hawk and Brother Buzzard ; Mr. Hawk and Brother Rabbit ; The wise bird and the foolish bird ; Old Brother Terrapin gets some fish ; Brother Fox makes a narrow escape ; Brother Fox's fish-trap ; Brother Rabbit rescues Brother Terrapin ; The night before Christmas --
Daddy Jake, the runaway : and short stories told after dark. Crazy Sue's story ; How a witch was caught ; The little boy and his dogs ; How Black Snake caught the wolf ; Why the guineas stay awake ; How the terrapin was taught to fly ; The creature with no claws ; Uncle Remus's wonder story ; The rattlesnake and the polecat ; How the birds talk ; The foolish woman ; The adventures of Simon and Susanna ; Brother Rabbit and the gingercakes ; Brother Rabbit's courtship --
Uncle Remus and his friends : old plantation stories, songs, and ballads with sketches of Negro character. Why the hawk catches chickens ; Brother Bear and the honey orchard ; Brother Rabbit has fun at the ferry ; Death and the Negro man ; Where the Harrycane comes from ; Why Brother Wolf didn't eat the little rabbits ; Mrs. Partridge has a fit ; Brother Fox "smells smoke" ; Brother Fox still in trouble ; Why Brother Fox's legs are black ; Why Brother Bull growls and grumbles ; The man and the wild cattle ; Brother Rabbit frightens Brother Tiger ; Brother Billy Goat eats his dinner ; The king that talked biggity ; Brother Rabbit's money mint ; Why the moon's face is smutty ; Brother Rabbit conquers Brother Lion ; "Heyo, House!'' ; According to how the drop falls ; A fool for luck ; The man and his boots ; Brother Mud Turtle's Trickery ; How the king recruited his army --
Told by Uncle Remus : new stories of the old plantation. The reason why ; Why Mr. Cricket has elbows on his legs ; How Wiley Wolf rode in the bag ; Brother Rabbit's laughing-place ; Brother Rabbit and the chickens ; Little Mister Cricket and the other creatures ; When Brother Rabbit was king ; How old Craney-Crow lost his head ; Brother Fox follows the fashion ; Why the turkey buzzard is bald-headed ; Brother Deer and King Sun's daughter ; Brother Rabbit's cradle ; Brother Rabbit and Brother Bull-frog ; Why Mr. Dog is tame ; Brother Rabbit and the gizzard-eater ; Brother Rabbit and Miss Nancy ; The hard-headed woman --
Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit. The creeturs go to the barbecue ; Brer Rabbit's frolic ; Brother Bear's big house ; Brer Rabbit treats the creeturs to a race ; Brer Rabbit and the gold mine ; How Mr. Lion lost his wool --
Uncle Remus and the little boy. The story of the doodang ; Brer Rabbit has trouble with the moon ; Brer Rabbit causes Brer Fox to lose his hide ; How Brer Rabbit saved Brer B'ar's life ; The story of Teenchy-Tiny Duck ; The story of Brer Fox and little Mr. Cricket --
Uncle Remus returns. Brother Rabbit's bear hunt ; Impty-Umpty and the blacksmith ; Taily-po ; Brother Rabbit, Brother Fox, and two fat pullets ; How Brother Rabbit brought family trouble on Brother Fox ; The most beautiful bird in the world --
Seven tales of Uncle Remus. Mr. Crow and Brother Buzzard ; Two little tales, as told by old Uncle Remus (Mr. Goat's short tail ; The baby and the punkins) ; Two plantation stories (Brother Rabbit's barbecue, or, How Brother Bear exposed Brother Rabbit at the barbecue ; Brother Bear learns to comb his head) ; Why the bear is a wrestler ; Brother Rabbit doesn't go to see Aunt Nancy.
Responsibility: compiled by Richard Chase ; with illustrations by Arthur Burdette Frost, Frederick Stuart Church, J.M. Condé, Edward Windsor Kemble, and William Holbrook Beard.
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