|Statement||selected, arranged and edited by George van Santvoord and Archibald C. Coolidge; illustrated by A.B. Frost.|
|Contributions||Santvoord, George van., Coolidge, Archibald Cary., Frost, Arthur Burdett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Published in , this contains a subset of the stories of The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus (above). The More Tales of Uncle Remus: Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit, His Friends, Enemies, and Others , $ USD. Published September, Pages. There are pages in this book, none of them are missing. UNCLE REMUS. JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS. THE Rating: % positive. Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings was published near the end of Hundreds of newspapers reviewed the best-seller, and Harris received national attention. Of the press and attention Walter Hines Page noted, "Joe Harris does not appreciate Joel Chandler Harris.". Uncle Remus is the fictional title character and narrator of a collection of black American folktales compiled and adapted by Joel Chandler Harris and published in book form in Harris was a journalist in post-Reconstruction Atlanta, and he produced seven Uncle Remus books/5.
In his introduction, Robert Hemenway discusses the book's enduring popularity, pointing out that the character of Uncle Remus, the docile and grandfatherly ex-slave storyteller, is a utopian figure-a literary creation by Harris that reassured white . The tales of, and by, Harris’ chief character Uncle Remus, an old black man scrabbling to make his living in the post-Civil War South, were extremely popular and widely read. Harris’ use of innovative spelling to give the reader a sense of the black dialect was considered novel. Antique Book Of The Essential Uncle Remus, By Joel Chandler Harris - There are pages in this book, none of them are missing. The measurements approx: 8 x and inches. The book's pages are in a good condition, just the spine and cover has wearing marks, which you can see on the pictures. Some pages has foxing marks. Uncle Remus is the fictional title character and narrator of a collection of black American folktales compiled and adapted by Joel Chandler Harris and published in book form in Harris was a journalist in post-Reconstruction Atlanta, and he produced seven Uncle Remus books. He wrote these stories to represent the struggle in the Southern United States, and more specifically in Created by: Joel Chandler Harris.
The Uncle Remus stories of Joel Chandler Harris, originally published between and , represent the largest collection of Afro-American folk tales ever compiled. Illustrated in . Walt Disney Presents Uncle Remus: A Little Golden Book. by Marion (Retold By) (based on Stories By Joel Chandler Harris) Palmer and Bob (for the Walt Disney Studios) Grant | . Critically acclaimed author Julius Lester some years ago took on the task of retelling the Uncle Remus tales in four separate books, all beautifully illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. These retold stories won awards for their masterful presentation of the well-loved tales first written down by Joel Chandler Harris over years ago, arguably the /5. Brer Rabbit and friends return in The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus by Joel Chandler Harris. Originally issued in and compiled by folklorist Richard Chase, the collection includes all the original stories (the first of which appeared in ), b&w artwork and glossary. Barbara McClintock provides updated jacket art/5().