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When Evensong and Morrowsong Accord

Three Essays on the Proverb

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HARDCOVER

$15.95 • £12.95 • €14.50

ISBN 9780674951099

Publication Date: 01/23/1995

Short

140 pages

6 x 9 inches

2 halftones

World

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  • Preface
  • Introduction
    • “E158 at Even praise the day” [Joseph Harris and Wolfgang Mieder]
    • “M258 Morning brings counsel” [Susan E. Deskis]
  • I. The Origin of the Proverb (1931) [Bartlett Jere Whiting]
  • II. The Nature of the Proverb (1932) [Bartlett Jere Whiting]
  • III. The Study of Proverbs (1939) [Bartlett Jere Whiting and Others]
  • Bartlett Jere Whiting’s Proverb Publications: An Annotated Bibliography [Compiled by Wolfgang Mieder]

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