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Mules and men

著者: Zora Neale Hurston
出版商: New York : Perennial Library, 1990.
版本/格式:   图书 : 英语 : 1st Perennial Library ed查看所有的版本和格式
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A collection of African-American folklore, oral histories, sermons, and songs, dating back to the time of slavery.
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类型/形式: Folklore
Music
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所有的著者/提供者: Zora Neale Hurston
ISBN: 0060916486 9780060916480
OCLC号码: 21160588
注意: Originally published: J.B. Lippincott, c1935.
描述: xxiii, 309 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
内容: John and the frog --
Witness of the Johnstown Flood in heaven --
How the brother was called to preach --
How the preacher made them bow down --
Pa Henry's prayer --
How the church came to be split up --
Why negroes are black --
Why women always take advantage of men --
Sue, Sal and that pretty Johnson gal --
The Quickest trick --
How to write a letter --
A Fast horse --
"Ah'll beatcher makin' money" --
The "Workinist pill you ever seen " --
How Jack beat the devil --
"John Henry" --
Ole Massa and John who wanted to go to heaven --
Massa and the bear --
Why the sister in black works the hardest --
"De reason niggers is working so hard" --
Deer hunting story --
Big talk --
The First colored man in Massa's house --
What smelled worse --
The Fortune teller --
How negroes got their freedom --
The Turtle watch. "From pine to pine Mr. Pinkney" --
"God an' de devil in de cemetery" --
Praying for rain --
Kill the white folks --
"Member youse a nigger" --
"You think I'm gointer pay you but I ain't --
Why the mocking bird is away on Friday --
Man and the catfish --
How the snake got poison --
How the woodpecker nearly drowned the whole world --
How the possum lost the hair off his tail --
How the 'gator got his mouth --
How Brer 'Gator got his tongue worn out --
How the 'gator got black --
How Brer dog lost his beautiful voice --
What the rabbit learned --
The goat that flagged a train --
Shooting up hill --
Tall hunting story --
The Hawk and the buzzard --
Why they always use rawhide on a mule --
Why we have gophers --
How god made butterflies --
How the cat got nine lives --
The Son who went to college --
Why the waves have whitecaps.
责任: Zora Neale Hurston ; preface by Franz Boas ; with a new foreword by Arnold Rampersad ; illustrations by Miguel Covarrubias.
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A collection of African-American folklore, oral histories, sermons, and songs, dating back to the time of slavery.

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