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Social Sciences
  • Author:
    Percy MacKaye
  • ISBN:
    0837170109
  • ISBN13:
    978-0837170107
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  • Publisher:
    Greenwood Pub Group; Reprint edition (June 1, 1973)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Percy MacKaye, John Strong Perry Tatlock, Geoffrey Chaucer. Gettysburg: A One Act Play. Pub. by Authority of the Book Committee Saint Lou. Thomas Wood Stevens, Percy MacKaye. Po' White Trash and Other One-Act Dramas. Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland, Percy MacKaye. Community Drama; Its Motive and Method of Neighborliness; Percy MacKaye. The New Citizenship: A Civic Ritual Devised for Places of Public Meeting in America.

Tall tales of the Kentucky mountains. Are you sure you want to remove Tall tales of the Kentucky mountains from your list? Tall tales of the Kentucky mountains. Forword: A mountain Munchhausen. The peach-rocked deer. Hog inn. and out ag'in. The cats that clawed to heaven. King Solomon's power-pump. The hick'ry pick-tooth.

A collection of folk tales from the mountain region of Kentucky, including "The Cat That Clawed To Heaven", "The Flea-Huntin'dest Night" and "Si Crooker's Fast Ferilizer". Items related to Tall Tales of the Kentucky Mountains. Home MACKAYE, PERCY; MacKinstry, . illus

A collection of folk tales from the mountain region of Kentucky, including "The Cat That Clawed To Heaven", "The Flea-Huntin'dest Night" and "Si Crooker's Fast Ferilizer". A tight copy, spine label creased and slightly darkened; shallow tidemark bottom of front fly. No jacket. illus. MACKAYE, PERCY; MacKinstry, . Published by 1926 NY: George H. Doran, 1926. From Old Book Shop of Bordentown (ABAA, ILAB) (Bordentown, NJ, .

TAGS: Percy MacKaye, Percy Wallace MacKaye, playwrights, poets . 197 pp. MacKaye, Percy, Tall Tales of the Kentucky Mountains. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1926.

Home Browse Books Book details, This Fine-Pretty World: A Comedy of the Kentucky. Here we are in a rough-hewn, old log-cabin in the heart of the mountains: The bob-white's call floats up to us, the creek murmurs, the hollyhocks flash their pink and brilliant stalks

Home Browse Books Book details, This Fine-Pretty World: A Comedy of the Kentucky. This Fine-Pretty World: A Comedy of the Kentucky Mountains. Here we are in a rough-hewn, old log-cabin in the heart of the mountains: The bob-white's call floats up to us, the creek murmurs, the hollyhocks flash their pink and brilliant stalks. Around, up, and far away-the hills are dusted with the chestnut bloom, which the wind brings to us as faint odors. Next door, in the dog-trot, are the looms and spinning-wheels, and going by-the lovely mountain children, so fresh and wild and new.

Percy MacKaye (1875–1956) was an American dramatist and poet. MacKaye was born in New York City into a theatrical family. His father Steele MacKaye was a popular actor, playwright, and producer, while his mother Mary wrote a dramatization of Pride and Prejudice, first produced in 1910. His brother James MacKaye was a philosopher, while brother Benton MacKaye was a forester and conservationist. His sister, Hazel MacKaye, became a women's suffrage leader and pageant director.

Percy MacKaye, American poet and playwright whose use of historical and contemporary folk literature furthered the development of the . A trip to the Kentucky mountains in 1921 stimulated MacKaye’s interest in folk literature

Percy MacKaye, American poet and playwright whose use of historical and contemporary folk literature furthered the development of the pageant in the . MacKaye was introduced to the theatre at an early age by his father, actor Steele MacKaye, with whom he first collaborated. A trip to the Kentucky mountains in 1921 stimulated MacKaye’s interest in folk literature.

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