1983: 31.1 (Spring-Summer 1983)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 31.1 (Spring-Summer 1983)

“Storytelling and a Boy Named Jack” | Barbara McDermitt – – – – – 3

“The Doctor’s Daughter” | told by Ray Hicks – – – – – 9

“The Cat and the Mouse” | told by Ray Hicks – – – – – 16

“Lucky and Unlucky Jack” | told by Ray Hicks – – – – – 19

“Why Do Duck Decoys Have Eyes?” | John Forrest – – – – – 23

“Virtue Enough to Cure so Venomous a Bite” | Miriam J. Shillingsburg – – – – – 31

“Herbal Cures in the Fennell Diary” | James L. Glass – – – – – 38

“The Mole on the Neck: Two Instances of a Folk Belief in Fiction” | James S. Hedges – – – – – 43

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Cover Image: National Heritage Fellow Ray Hicks and his wife Rosa.
Summer 1982, Watauga County, NC.  Photo: Barbara McDermitt.

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