Ozark Tales and Superstitions

Ozark Tales and Superstitions The art of storytelling is one of mankind s oldest methods of keeping records In Ozark Tales and Superstitions Phillip Steele has collected twenty six stories in an attempt to preserve the rich lore

  • Title: Ozark Tales and Superstitions
  • Author: Phillip W. Steele
  • ISBN: 9780882894041
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • The art of storytelling is one of mankind s oldest methods of keeping records In Ozark Tales and Superstitions, Phillip Steele has collected twenty six stories in an attempt to preserve the rich lore indigenous to the Ozark region Here are tales of the supernatural including Lady of the Valley and Monster of Peter Bottom Cave, Indian legends such as legend of the WaThe art of storytelling is one of mankind s oldest methods of keeping records In Ozark Tales and Superstitions, Phillip Steele has collected twenty six stories in an attempt to preserve the rich lore indigenous to the Ozark region Here are tales of the supernatural including Lady of the Valley and Monster of Peter Bottom Cave, Indian legends such as legend of the War Eagle and Legend of Virgin s Bluff, treasure tales, outlaw stories, nature lore, plus a collection of superstitions, moon signs, weather signs, and regional cures and remedies.

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    1. This was pretty interesting. I enjoyed all the stories and the superstitions. There were some great 'cures' that gave a chuckle too. This was informative but mostly in the tense of a story which makes it much more enjoyable to read. It also gave me some ideas of trips and places I would like to see or visit. This definitely has me wanting to read more on the subject. It was easy to read in short snippets with drops here and there that were informational and not drawn out like a history book. Gre [...]


    2. I had the good fortune to bring Phillip Steele to our local writers' group and was captivated by the stories he shared. A folklorist, a writer, and a natural storyteller, he's collected 26 stories that offer a glimpse into the people and places of the Ozark Region.Quick read with a great variety of stories. You'll find tales about treasure and outlaws, nature and weather lore, and a fascinating collection of regional remedies.


    3. Phillip W. Steele does his research and he does a wonderful job with his books. This book the stories are a few pages each and are grouped in groups of similarity. So you can flip through and decide what you want to read on. This is a nice book to read outloud to a group especially during the holidays when superstitions come up (New Years) :)


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