A James Still Bibliography


compiled by Terry Cornett
(Approximately 10 pages)

1. "Nancy Hanks: A Playlet in Three Acts." Harrogate, Tenn.: Lincoln
Memorial University. 1929. Unpublished. Presented at Lexington, KY.,
Middlesboro, KY., and Harrogate, Tenn., May-July 1929

2. "Place Names in the Cumberland Mountains." American Speech 5, no. 2
(December 1929): 113. [Article]

3. "Christian Names in the Cumberlands." American Speech 5, no. 4
(April 1930): 306-7. [Article]

4. "The Function of Dreams and Visions in the Middle English Romances." M.A.
Thesis, Vanderbilt University, 1930. Unpublished.

5. "Dreams." Arcadian Magazine 1, no. 3(April 1931): 23. Poem

6. " A Burned Tree Speaks." Boys' Life 21, no. 1 (October 1931): 61. [Poem]

7. "Horse Swapping Court." Our Dumb Animals 66, (January 1933): 7. [Article]

8. "Answer." Kaleidograph 7, no. 2 (June 1935): 13. [Poem]

9. "Mountain Dulcimer." Virginia Quarterly Review 11 (July 1935): 396.
[Poem]. Reprinted in Literary Digest, 27 July 1935, p. 28;
and as "Dulcimer" in Mountain Life and Work 39, no. 2 (Summer 1965):15.

10. "Horse Swapping on Troublesome Creek." Saturday Review of Literature
12, no. 11 (13 July 1935):10, [Poem]

11. "These Goodly Things." The Better Home 1, no. 3 (July-August-September 1935):15.
[Short story]

12. "Wilderness." Kaleidograph 7, no.5 (September 1935):8. [Poem]

13. "Dulcimer." Mountain Work and Life 11, no. 3 (October 1935):10. [Poem]

14. "Mountain Fox Hunt." Poetry 47, no. 1 (October 1935):12. Reprinted in
Literary Digest, 5 October 1935, p.25. [Poem]

15. "Mountain Infare." Poetry 47, no. 1 (October 1935):13. [Poem]

16. "When the Dulcimers Are Gone." Poetry 47, no. 1 (October 1935):14. [Poem]

17. "Mountain Twilight." Sewanee Review 43, no. 4 (October-December 1935):435. [Poem]

18. "Mountain Heritage." New Republic 85 (18 December 1935):170.
[Poem]. Set to music by Harvey O. Davis for the Rafinesque
Bicentennial Celebration, Transylvania College, Lexington, Ky., 22 October 1983.
Choir directed by Harvey O. Davis.

19. "Death on the Mountain." Mountain Life and Work, 11, no. 4
(January 1936):15 [Poem]

20. "Shield of the Hills." Mountain Life and Work 1, no. 4 (January 1936):15.
[Poem]

21. "Mountain Men: (1) Uncle Ambrose, (2)Clabe Mott." Kaleidograh 7,
no.9 (January 1936);9. [Two poems]

22. "The Hill-Born." Sewanee Review 44, no. 1 (January-March 1936): 99.[Poem]

23. "Aftergrass." Kaleidograph 7, no. 10 (February 1936):6. [Poem]

24. "Child in the Hills." Atlantic 157.no. 2 (February 1936):226.[Poem]

25. "Passenger Pigeons." New York Times, 5 February 1936, p. 18. [Poem]

26. "Mountain Farm." The Household 36, no. 3 (March 1936): 58. [Poem]

27. "Fox Hunt on Defeated Creek." Frontier and Midland 16, no. 3
(Spring 1936): 186. [Poem]

28. "Spring Foal." Mountain Life and Work 13, no. 1 (April 1936):11.
Reprinted as "Foal" in Wind 2, no. 7 Spring 1973):3; and as a limited edition broadside,
King Library Press, University of Kentucky, July 1982.

29. "Black Bread." Publications of the Poetry Society of Florida,
1936, 1 page. [Poem]

30. "On Troublesome Creek." Sewanee Review 44, no. 2 (April-June 1936):163. [Poem]

31. "Interval." The Skyline [Colorado], 1936, 1 page. [Poem]

32. "All Their Ways Are Dark." Atlantic 157, no. 6 (June 1936): 708-12. [Short story]

33. "Graveyard in the Hills." Atlantic 158, no. 1 (July 1936):93. [Poem]

34. "Tracks on Stone." The Household 36, no. 7 (July 1936):25. [Poem]

35. "Mountain Coal Town." Sewanee Review 44, no. 3 (July-September 1936):319. [Poem]

36. "Fiddlers' Convention on Troublesome Creek." New York Herald-Tribune 13 July 1936,
in "The Conning Tower" column. [Poem]

37. "Horse Doctor." Frontier and Midland 17, no. 1 (Autumn 1936):25-28. [Short story]

38. "Journey Beyond the Hills." Yale Review 25, no. 1 (Autumn 1936):133.

39. "Rain on the Cumberlands." Kaleidograph 8 (October 1936):9. [Poem]

40. "One Leg Gone to Judgment." Mountain Life and Work 12, no. 3 (October 1936):9-10.
[Short story]

41. "Dance on Pushback Mountain." Esquire 6, no. 4 (October 1936):65. [Poem]

42. "A Bell on Troublesome Creek." The Better Home 2, no. 4
(October-November-December 1936):3. [Short story]

43. "Death in the Forest." Saturday Review of Literature, 14, no. 26 (24 October 1936): 4.
Reprinted in Chattahoochee Valley Times [Lanett, Ala.], 31 January 1940, 4.;
and in Virginia-Pilot [Norfolk, Va.], 11 February 1940: section 1, 6. [Poem]

44. "On Defeated Creek." Frontier and Midland 17, no. 2 (Winter 1936-37): 120-4.
[Short story]

45. "The Quare Day." The Household 37, no. 1 (January 1937): 36. [Short story]

46. "On Redbird Creek." Sewanee Review 45, no. 1 (January-March 1937):23. [Poem]

47. "Pattern for Death." Nation 144, no. 1 (2 January 1937):22.[Poem]

48. "Death on Troublesome Creek." Kaleidograph 8, no. 10 (February 1937):12. [Poem]

49. "Job's Tears." Atlantic 159, no. 3 (March 1937):353-8. [Short story]

50. " A Hillsman Speaks." Arcadian Life 24 (February 1937):2. [Poem]

51. "Spring on Troublesome Creek." New Republic 80 (31 March 1937):237. [Poem]

52. "Hounds on the Mountain." Sewanee Review 14, no. 2 (April-June 1937) :165.
Reprinted in Unaka Range #4 (June 1977):6. [Poem]

53. "Horseback in the Rain." Frontier and Midland 17, no. 3 (Spring 1937):158. [Poem]

54. "With Hands Like Leaves." Kaleidograph 8, no. 12 (April 1937):4. [Poem]

55. "River of Earth." Mountain Life and Work 13, no. 1 (April 1937):9. [Poem]

56. "White Highways." Poetry 50 (May 1937):70. Reprinted in Kentucky Alumnus 50, no. 3
(Summer 1980):16-17. [Poem]

57. "Earth Bread." Poetry 50 (May 1937): 71. [Poem]

58. Hounds on the Mountain. New York: Viking Press, 1937, 55 pp.
Reprinted in a limited edition of 250 hardcover copies by the Anvil Press,
Lexington, Ky., 1965. 55 pp. Dedication of the book changed.
Contents:

I. Hounds on the Mountain
"Child in the Hills" (see no. 24)
"Mountain Dulcimer" (see no. 9)
"Fox Hunt" (see no. 27)
"Horse Swapping on Troublesome Creek" (see no. 10)
"Infare" [original title: "Mountain Infare"] (see no. 15)
"When the Dulcimers Are Gone" (see no. 16)
"Journey Beyond the Hills" (see no. 38)
"Hounds on the Mountain" (see no. 52)

II. Creek Country
"On Troublesome Creek"(see no. 51)
"On Redbird Creek" (see no. 46)
"Farm" [original title: "Mountain Farm"] (see no. 26)
"Spring on Troublesome Creek" (see no. 51)
"Court Day"
"On Double Creek"

III. Earth-Bread
"Mountain Coal Town" (see no. 35)
"Earth-Bread" (see no. 57)
"Night in the Coal Camps"

IV. Death on the Mountain
"Pattern for Death (see no. 47)
"Death on the Mountain" (see no. 19)
"Graveyard" [original title: "Graveyard in the Hills"] (see no. 33)
"Epitaph for Uncle Ira Combs, Mountain Preacher"
"Nixie Middleton"
"Death in the Forest" (see no. 43)
"Come Down from the Hills"
"Passenger Pigeons" (see no. 25)

V. The Hill-Born
"The Hill-Born" (see no. 22)
"White Highways" (see no. 56)
"Rain on the Cumberlands" (see no. 39)
"Uncle Ambrose" (see no. 21)
"Eyes in the Grass"
With Hands Like Leaves" (see no. 54)
"On Buckhorn Creek"
"Horseback in the Rain" (see no. 53)
"Heritage" [original title: "Mountain Heritage"](see no. 18)

59. "High Pastures." Fantasy 5, no. 4 (1937):16. [Poem]

60. "A Man Singing to Himself." New York Times, 27 July 1937, p. 7. [Poem]

61. "Sun-Ball on the Mountain." North Georgia Review 2, no. 2 (Summer 1937):6.
Reprinted as "Now Day Has Come." Twigs XI 1 (Fall 1974):105. [Poem]

62. "The Egg Tree." Yale Review 27, no. 1 (September 1937):100-9. [Short story]

63. "Lost Brother." Frontier and Midland 18, no. 1 (Autumn 1937):13-16.[Short story]

64. "Brother to Methusalem." Story 11, no. 64 (November 1937):45-52. [Short story]

65. "Troublesome Creek Country." Play-Actin' 1 (November 1937):3.
[Semi-fictional descriptive article]

66. "I Shall Go Singing." Arcadian Life 32 (February 1938):1. [Poem]

67. "Leap, Minnows, Leap." Saturday Review of Literature 17, no. 16 (12 February 1938):5. [Poem]

68. "Mole-Bane." Atlantic 161, no. 3 (March 1938):372-74. [Short story]

69. "Journey to the Settlement." Mountain Life and Work 14, no. 1 (April 1938):11-13.
Reprinted in Read 1, no. 2 (April 1941):5-6. [Short story]

70. "Morning on the Hills." The Better Home 4 (April-May-June 1938):15. [Poem]

71. "Child's Country." New York Times, 22 May 1938, p. K-8. [Poem]

72. "Banjo Bill Cowley." The Household 38, no. 7 (July 1938):1. [Poem]

73. "Uncle Jolly." Atlantic 162, no. 1 (July 1938): 68-71. [Short story]

74. "Bat Flight." Saturday Evening Post 211, no. 10(3 September 1938):12-13, 50-51. [Short story]

75. "Mountain Fiddle." The Household 38, no. 7 (September 1938):1. [Poem]

76. "Mountain Men Are Free." Arcadian Life Magazine 36 (September-October 1938):27.
Reprinted in Fantasy 6, no. 1 (1938):28. [Poem]

77. "Pigeon Pie." Frontier and Midland 19, no. 1 (Autumn 1938):44-45. [Short story]

78. "Book Boy on Troublesome." Broadside published by Hindman Settlement School
ca. 1938, 1 page. [Semi-fictional descriptive piece]

79. "Hill-Lonely." The Household 38, no. 11 (November 1938):1. [Poem]

80. "So Large a Thing as Seven." Virginia Quarterly Review 14, no. 1 (Winter 1938):17-25.
[Short story]

81. "Death in the Hills." Fantasy 6, no. 2 (1939):22.[Poem]

82. "Twelve Pears Hanging High" Mountain Life and Work 15, no. 1 (April 1939): 14-18.
[Short story]

83. "Two eyes--Two Pennies." Saturday Evening Post 211 (1 April 1939): 12-13, 94-95, 97.
[Short story]

84. "Sugar in the Gourd." Prairie Schooner 12, no. 2 (Summer 1939):776-78.

85. "The Ploughing." Atlantic 104, no. 6 (December 1939):776-78.
Reprinted in Read Magazine, 42, no. 16(15 April 1959):21-23. [Short story]

86. "Death of an Old Man." The Lyric 17, no. 4 (Winter 1939):183. [Poem]

87. River of Earth. New York: Viking Press, 1940. 245 pp. Reprinted by Popular Library, New York, 1968. Some episodes from this novel appeared originally as separate stories in Atlantic and Saturday Evening Post. One section appears as a short story "The Ploughing," in Read Magazine 42 no. 16
(15 April 1959):21-23.

88. "Bloody Breathitt." Time 35, no. 9 (26 February 1940):2. [Descriptive essay]

89. "On Double Creek." Saturday Evening Post 212, no. 40 (30 March 1940):62.
Different from poem of same title in Hounds on the Mountain.
Reprinted as "Granny Frolic on Wolfpen" in Mountain Life and Work 43, no. 4 (February 1968):23.
[Poem]

90. "I Love My Rooster." Saturday Evening Post 212, no. 40 (13 April 1940):16-17, 62, 64, 70-71. [Short story]

91. "Snail Pie." American Mercury 50 (June 1940):209-14. [Short story]

92. "Death of a Country Sheriff." North Georgia review 5, no. 2 (Summer 1940):6.
Reprinted as "Passing of a Country Sheriff" in Mountain Life and Work 44, no. 6 (July 1968):17,
and in Twigs XI, 1 (Fall 1974): 105.[Poem]

93. "The Moving." North Georgia Review 5, nos. 3-4 (Winter 1940-41):18-20.
Reprinted in Wind, 1974-1976 issue, p. 87. [Short story]

94. "This Man Dying." Fantasy 7(1941): 20. [Poem]

95. "The Proud Walkers." Saturday Evening Post 213, no. 45 (10 May 1941): 111-14. [Short story]

96. "Mountain Preacher." A concert performed at the Manhattan School of Music, New York City, 12 May 1941. Music by Ethel Glenn Hier. Lyrics by James Still. Chorus and orchestra of the Manhattan School of Music, Hugh Ross, Conductor. Included five poems from Hounds on the Mountain set to music: "Death on the Mountain" (see no. 19), "Epitaph for Uncle Ira Combs, Mountain Preacher," "Graveyard" (see no. 33), "Journey Beyond the Hills" (see no. 38), "When the Dulcimers Are Gone"
(see no. 16).

97. "The Stir-Off." Mountain Life and Work 17, no. 3 (Fall 1941): 1-7. [Short story]

98. On Troublesome Creek. New York: Viking, 1941. 190 pp. [Short stories]

Contents:

I. Up Creek
"I Love My Rooster" (see no. 90)
"The Proud Walkers" (see no. 95)
"Locust Summer"

"The Stir-Off" (see no. 64)
"On Quicksand Creek" [original title: "Sugar in the Gourd"] (see no. 84)
"Journey to the Forks"
II. Down Creek
"Brother to Methusalem" (see no. 64)
"Snail Pie" (see no. 91)
"The Moving" (see no. 93)
"The Scrape" [original title: "On Defeated Creek"] (see no. 44) 99. "Hit Like to 'a'Killed Me." Courier-Journal Roto-Magazine [Louisville, Ky.], 19 April 1942, p. 22. [Humorous article]

100. [Letter to His Father]. Chattahoochie Valley Times [Lannet, Ala.], 3 March 1943, p. 4.
[About a "bush trip" in North Africa]

101. [Letter]. New York Herald-Tribune, 5 November 1944, Book Review Section.
Concerns the folk song, "Green Grew the Rushes, Oh"]

102. "Drought on Troublesome." Virginia Quarterly Review 21, no. 2 (Spring 1945): 238. [Poem]

103. "Mrs. Razor." Atlantic 176, no. 1 (July 1945):52-53. Reprinted in Statement, Spring 1967,
pp. 25-26; in Mountain Life and Work 30, no. 3 (Summer 1954); and in Appalachian Heritage 8, no. 2 (Spring 1980):47-49. Dramatized on Radio Tokyo by U.S. Army Special Services, 1947. [Short story]

104. "Cedar of Lebanon." American Mercury 62(March 1946): 292-95. [Short story]

105. "Maybird Upshaw." American Mercury 63 (August 1946):61-66. [Short story]

106. "Pattern of a Man." Yale Review 36 (Autumn 1946):93-100. [Short story]

107. "School Butter." Virginia Quarterly Review 22, no. 4 (Autumn 1946): 561-69. [Short story]

108. "Apples." Atlantic 179, no. 2 (February 1947):112. [Poem]

109. "The Broken Ibis." Virginia Quarterly Review 23, no. 3 (Summer 1947): 385. [Poem]

110. "The Nest." Prairie Schooner 22, no. 1 (Spring 1948):53-56.
Reprinted in Mountain Life and Work 44, no. 1 (November 1968),13-16. [Short story]

111. "A Master Time." Atlantic 183, no. 1 (January 1949):43-46. [Short story]

112. "A Ride on the Short Dog." Atlantic 188, no. 1 (July 1951):55-58.
Reprinted in Appalachian Heritage 2, no. 4 and 3, no. 1 (Fall-Winter 1974-75):136-140. [Short story]

113. "The Fun Fox." Woman's Day 101 (September 1953); 101, 141.
Reprinted in Mountain Life and Work, 44, no. 4 (May 1968):12-15. [Short story]

114. "Early Whippoorwill." Nation 178, no. 13 (17 March 1954):263.
Reprinted in Appalachian Heritage 2, no. 4 and 3, no. 1 (Fall-Winter 1974-75):141. [Poem]

115. "Abandoned House." Progressive Farmer 69, no. 4 (April 1954):102. [Poem]

116. "This Is My Best." Mountain Life and Work 30, no. 3 (Summer 1954): 32 ff. [Article]

117. "Beloved Place." Saturday Evening Post 227 (17 July 1954):78.
Reprinted as "Littcarr, Kentucky," in Mountain Life and Work 42, no. 2 (Summer 1966):21. [Poem]

118. "The Burning of the Waters." Atlantic 198, no. 4 (October 1956):55-60. [Short story]

119. "Kentucky Post Office." Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.], 29 March 1957, section2, p. 23. [Game story]

120. "The Kentucky Riddle." Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.], 4 April 1957, section 2, p. 27.
[Game story]

121. "Apple Trip." New York Times, 17 June 1958, p. 28.
Reprinted in Mountain Life and Work 39, no. 3 (Fall 1963):45. [Poem]

122. "The Run for the Elbertas." Atlantic 204, no. 1 (July 1959):46-53. [Short story]

123. "Litter Barrel, Kentucky." In "The Grapevine" column by Joe Creason, Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.], 5 May 1963, p. 4. [Humorous anecdote]

124. "Funnel Spider." Appalachian Review 2, no. 3 (Spring 1968):14. [Poem]

125. "Encounter on Keg Branch." Mountain Life and Work, 1968. [Short story]

126. "The Trees in the Road." Appalachian Review 2, no. 2 (Winter 1968): 5. [Poem]

127. "Lamp." Mountain Life and Work 45, no. 4 (April 1969), special pagination.
Reprinted in Appalachian Heritage 1, no. 1 (Winter 1973):45. [Poem]

128. "Man O'War." Approaches, May 1969. [Poem]

129. "On Being Drafted into the Army from My Log Home on Wolfpen Creek in March, 1942." Approaches 8, no. 2 (Spring 1972):5. [Poem]

130. "Statement to a Candidate." Mountain Life and Work 50, no. 12 (December 1974), back cover. [Poem]

131. Way Down Yonder on Troublesome Creek: Appalachian Riddles and Rusties.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1974. [53 pp.] With pictures by Janet McCaffrey. [Children's book]

132. The Wolfpen Rusties: Appalachian Riddles and Gee-Haw Whimmy-Diddles.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1975 [53 pp.] With pictures by Janet McCaffrey.
Contains reprints of "On Wolfpen Creek" [original title; "Beloved Place"] (see no. 117);
"Apple trip" (see no. 121); "Dance on Pushback" (see no. 41); and "Granny Race"
[original title: "On Double Creek"] (see no. 58). [Children's book]

133. Pattern of a Man and Other Stories. Lexington, Ky.: Gnomon Press, 1976. 122 pp. [Short stories]

Contents:
"Mrs. Razor" (see no. 103)
"A Master Time" (see no. 111)
"Snail Pie" (see no. 91)
"A Ride on the Short Dog" (see no. 112)
"The Nest" (see no. 110).
"Pattern of a Man" (see no. 106)
"Maybird Upshaw" (see no. 105)
"Sharp Tack" [original title: "The Cedar of Lebanon"] (see no. 104)
"Brother to Mehthusalem"(see no. 64)
"The Scrape" [original title: "On Defeated Creek"] (see no. 44)
"Encounter on keg Branch" (see no. 125)
134. "Winter Tree." Appalachian Heritage 4, o. 1 (Winter 1976):60. [Poem]

135. "Welcome, Somewhat, Despite the Disorder." Confrontations 1, no. 2
(Spring-Summer) 1977):1. [Poem]

136. [Letter]. Knoxville News-Sentinel, 14 July 1977.
Reprinted in Appalachian Heritage 7, no. 1 (Winter 1979):58. [Tribute to James Stokley]

137. Sporty Creek: A Novel about an Appalachian Boyhood.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1977. 125 pp. Illustrated by Janet McCaffrey.
[Short stories arranged as a novel]

Contents:
"Simon Brawl" [original title: "The Ploughing"] (see no. 85)
"School Butter" (see no. 107)
"Low Glory" [original title: "I Love My Rooster"] (see no. 90)
"The Moving" (see no. 93)
"The Force Put"
"Locust Summer"
"The Dumb-Bull"
"Plank Town"
"Tight Hollow" [original title: "Burning of the Waters"] (see no. 118)
"Journey to the Forks"

138. Jack and the Wonder Beans. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1977. [32 pp.].
Illustrated by Margot Tomes. [Retelling of "Jack and the Beanstalk"]

139. "Of the Wild Man." The Wild Man: Touchstone [Knoxville, Tenn.], No. 6 (Autumn 1978),
no pagination. [Poem]

140. "Memorial Day: Little Carr Creek." Kentucky Poetry Review [James Still Issue], 14, no. 1 (Winter-Spring 1978):4. [Poem]

141. "Hunter." Kentucky Poetry Review [James Still Issue], 14, no. 1 (Winter-Spring 1978):5 [Poem]

142. "Are You Up There, Bad Jack?" Appalachian Heritage 7, no. 2 (Spring 1979):58. [Poem]

143. "Visitor." Wind 10, no. 38(1980):70. [Poem]

144. "Common Crow." Kentucky Poetry Review 16, nos. 2-3 (Summer-Fall 1980):50. [Poem]

145. The Run for the Elbertas. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1980. 144 pp. Foreword by Cleanth Brooks. [Short stories]

Contents:
"I Love My Rooster" (see no. 90)
"The Proud Walkers" (see no. 95)
"Locust Summer" (see no. 98)
"Journey to the Forks" (see no. 98)
"On Quicksand Creek" (see no. 98)
"The Stir-Off" (see no. 97)
"The Burning of Waters" (see no. 118)
"School Butter" (see no. 107)
"The Moving" (see no. 93)
"One Leg Gone to Judgment" (see no. 40)
"The Quare Day" (see no. 45)
"The Fun Fox" (see no. 113)
"The Run for the Elbertas"(see no. 122)

146. River of Earth: The Poem and Other Poems.
Lexington, Ky.: Workshop of the King Library Press, 1982-83. [15 pp.]
Includes "James Still: An Appreciation," by Edward F. Prichard, Jr. and an afterword by
John B. Stephenson. Printed in a limited edition (65 numbered copies).

Contents:
"River of Earth" (see no. 55)
"Now Day Has Come" (see no. 61)
"Morning" [original title: "Morning of the Hills"] (see no. 70)
"A Child's Wisdom" [original title: "Child's Country"](see no. 7)
"The Trees in the Road" (see no. 126)
"Of the Wild Man" (see no. 139)
"Aftergrass" (see no. 23)
"Lamp" (see no. 127)
"Wolfpen Creek" (see no. 117)
"Banjo Bill Brewer" [original title: "Banjo Bill Cowley"] (see no. 72)
"The Hunter" (see no. 141)
"Memorial Day: Little Carr Creek" (see no. 140)
"Passing of a County Sheriff" (see no. 92)
"Clabe Mott" (see no. 21)
"After Some Twenty Years Attempting to Describe a Flowering Branch of a Redbud"

147. "Ballad." Appalachian Heritage 11, no. 3 (Summer 1983):3. [Poem]


Note: For their help in preparing this bibliography, I would like to thank Faye Belcher and Wilma Howard of Morehead State University and Sidney Farr of Berea College. I would especially like to thank Dr. Joseph Bryant, Dr. Albert Steward, Dr. Robert Denham, and, of course, James Still. I hasten to add, however, that any errors are my responsibility.
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