Abstract

This case study ofa legend cycle, extending from Norway to Wisconsin, argues that American folklorists, preoccupied as they have become with adolescent legendry, still know far too little about the sustained relationships between legends, old country hearths, and new world regions-particularly those regions where peoples of other than Anglo-American descent dominate the cultural landscape.

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