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"The raw likker known locally as coon dick was too much. The minute it touched my lips, the top of my head flew off." Folklore, Chap. 1, p. 16

"De trouble is you women ain't good for nothing' exceptin' reading' Sears and Roebuck's bible and hollerin' 'bout, 'gimme dis nd gimme dat' as soon as we draw our pay." Folklore, Chap. 2, p. 24

"One woman had killed five when I left that turpentine still where she lived. The sheriff was thinking of calling on her and scolding her severely." Folklore, Chap. 4, p. 60

"Ah always lak to open up a big box 'cause there's nearly always something good in great big boxes. So she run and grabbed a'hold of de box and opened it up and it was full of hard work." Folklore, Chap. 4, p. 74

"They all got a hidden meaning', just like de Bible. Everybody can't understand what they mean. Most...

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