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Southern accent: from Uncle Remus to Oak Ridge.

著者: William Tannahill Polk
出版商: New York, Morrow [1953]
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Polk, William Tannahill, 1896-1955.
Southern accent.
New York, Morrow [1953]
(OCoLC)654715806
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所有的著者/提供者: William Tannahill Polk
OCLC号码: 1336195
描述: 264 pages 22 cm
内容: Is it true what they say about Dixie? --
Two Souths have I --
and to both I am true --
Picture window --
Southern exposure --
Uncle Remus Spake Queen's English --
Save your confed'rit money, boys, the South will ride again --
What you don't know will hurt you --
Biggest vacation since crusades --
There's where the cattle, cotton, corn and taters grow --
Take two and butter 'em while they're hot --
What's all the shooting about? --
Race dilemma: Equality vs. excellence --
From Monticello to Bilbo --
Main currents in Southern thought --
The almost irresistible force --
The not quite immovable object --
Challenge and response.

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