Tradition Today

No. 8

June 2019

ISSN 2050-0920

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ANDREW WALKER
Nineteenth-century dialect literature: A voice of the people? The case of the Shevvild Chap

 


1-15

HELEN FRISBY
Death, dying, and funerals in Victorian (and slightly later) Yorkshire

 


16-25

BRENDAN McMAHON
Cornwall, Kenneth Grahame, and the Victorian mind, Part 1

 


26-32

J. B. SMITH
Some less familiar West-Cornish superstitions, superstitious practices, and traditional narratives in the work of William Bottrell

 


33-40

SIMON YOUNG
The fairy placenames of Cumbria


41-51

WILLIAM SAYERS
Puck and the bogymen as reflexes of Indo-European conceptions of fear and flight


52-56


Notes and Queries


57-65


Review: The Folklore of Cornwall: The Oral Tradition of a Celtic Nation
 


66-67


Recent Publications
The Lifework and Legacy of Iona and Peter Opie: Research into Children's Play
Discordant Comicals - The Hooden Horse of East Kent
Games, Rhymes, and Wordplay of London Children


68-71


Stylesheet: How to format submissions to this e-journal


72-73

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