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The relationship between folklore and literature, two powerful forms of human expression, has long been of interest to folklorists and literary scholars. Even in the postmodern era, folklore remains a compelling source for artists and writers. This volume focuses on the work of a number of writers and visual artists who have incorporated folklore into their short stories, novels, plays, photographs, paintings, and creations in other genres. The book examines the ways writers "resituate" folklore into their literary texts, reaching beyond literature into a variety of visual art "texts" as well. The authors further consider literary influences and texts as sources of folk ideas. Analysis of twentieth-century novels (including those of Graham Greene, Harper Lee, and Chinua Achebe), "popular" and "high" art (from postcards and local cartoons to Diego Rivera's murals), and the drama of Lucy Maycock reveals how the rich interaction between folklore and various visual and literary texts has transformed them all. Other artists considered include Margaret Atwood, Frida Kahlo, E. M. Forster, and Alice Walker.
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