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Journal Article

'Uncle Remus' and 'The Roman de Renard'

F. M. Warren
Modern Language Notes
Vol. 5, No. 5 (May, 1890), pp. 129-135
DOI: 10.2307/2919309
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Page Count: 7

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Notes and References

This item contains 7 references.

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    ' Uncle Remus, his Songs and Sayings, the Folk-lore of the Old Plantation,' by JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS. New York, 1881.
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    ' Nights with Uncle Remus, Myths and Legends of the Old Plantation,' by JOEL CHANDLECR HARRIS. Boston, 1883.
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    ' Le Roman de Renart ' par ERNEST MARTIN. Strasbourg et Paris, 1882-187. 3 vols. et supplement.
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    COSQUIN'S 'Contes populaires de Lorraine' by Prof CRANE, in the MOD. LANG. NOTESvol. ii, pp. 87-91.
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    COSQUIN, 'Contes populaires de Lorraine' ii, p. 160.
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    Negro Myths from the Georgia Coast,' by CHARLES C. JONES, JR., LL. D. Boston, 1888.
  • 5
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • COL. JONES' collection (pp. 66-68)
    • Æsopic "Senex et Mors " (LA FONTAINE: Book i, Fable I5).
    • LA FONTAINE: Book iii, Fable 10.