Myths, Gods & Fantasy

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ABC-CLIO, 1991 - 232 pages
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* Depicts the relationship of folk dance to historical trends such as colonization of the New World, industrialization, World War I and II, the Great Depression, and the counterculture movement

* Examines folk dancing in the greater context of American dance culture and addresses the relationship between folk dances and other dance forms, such as jazz dance

* Brings folk dance to life through quotes from primary sources as well as firsthand interviews with folk dancers

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This is an alphabetically arranged dictionary of gods, spirits, and creatures of myth. Its thorough core of Greek and British (Irish, English, Scottish, and Welsh) legends is bolstered by coverage of ... Read full review

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