By Kate Stone,John Q. Anderson,Drew Gilpin Faust
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Of Verna Mae Slone's so much loved books -- How We Talked and customary parents -- are actually to be had in one version. How We Talked is a undying piece of literature, a free-form mixture of thesaurus and memoir that makes use of local expressions to depict daily life in Caney Creek, Kentucky. as well as words and their meanings, the ebook includes sections at the customs and knowledge of Slone's group, a suite of kid's rhymes, and tales and superstitions detailed to Appalachia.
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