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Where beards wag all

G. E. Evans

Where beards wag all

the relevance of oral tradition

by G. E. Evans

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Published by Faber .
Written in English


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Statementby G.E. Evans.
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Open LibraryOL20763276M

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Core to his chronicles is the oral tradition, echoing through the years, and it is this that he concentrates upon in Where Beards Wag All (). Here are the memories, unmediated and raw, of the craftsman, the drover, the marshman - a chorus to the seasons' constant : George Ewart Evans.

Faber, London, Uncorrected Proof Copy. Paperback. Very Good/N/A. Illustrator: Gentleman, David. a wealth of information about the old crafts, skills & experiences of rural East Anglians drawn from interviews with the surviving older generation & demonstrating the value of the 'oral tradition' in an area where book-learning was often frowned upon as likely.

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Core to his chronicles is the oral tradition, echoing through the years, and it is this that he concentrates upon in "Where Beards Wag All" (). Here are the memories, unmediated and raw, of the craftsman, the drover, the marshman - a chorus to the seasons' constant turn.

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Buy Where Beards Wag All Main by Evans, George Ewart (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: George Ewart Evans. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages, 16 plates illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 23 cm: Contents: The wheelwright --Foundry craftsmen --Saddler or leather craftsman --Whitening-roll maker --The gardener --The ploughman --Steam ploughing --Farming and the depth of oral testimony --Farm-worker to farmer --The auctioneer --Open and.

Core to his chronicles is the oral tradition, echoing through the years, and it is this that he concentrates upon in Where Beards Wag All (). Here are the memories, unmediated and raw, of the craftsman, the drover, the marshman - a chorus to the seasons' constant turn.

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where beards wag all: the relevance of the oral tradition EVANS, GEORGE EWART: Published by Country Book Club Reprint H/back red cloth boards VG pp 29 b/w photos & illus by David Gentleman 8 5 x 5 5 g ().

Buy Where Beards Wag All by George Ewart Evans from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: George Ewart Evans. Wag expresses particulary the motion of the head and body used in buffoonery, mirth, derision, sport and mockery.

It is applied also to birds and beasts; as, to wag the tail. WAG, v.i. To be quick in ludicrous motion; to stir. Tis merry in hall, where beards wag all. Tremble and start at wagging of a straw. To go; to depart; to pack offf. 'T is merry in hallWhere beards wag all. thomas tusser — "August's Abstract".

Compare: "Merry swithe it is in halle, When the beards waveth alle", Life of Alexander, ; (author unknown, but earlier wrongly attributed to Adam Davie, who had elsewhere written "Swithe mury hit is in halle, When burdes waiven alle").

Tags: merry, beards. George Ewart Evans (1 April – 11 January ) was a Welsh-born schoolteacher, writer and folklorist who became a dedicated collector of oral history and oral tradition in the East Anglian countryside from the s to s, and produced eleven.

Where Beards Wag All: The Relevance of the Oral Tradition (, social studies) The Leaping Hare (, nonfiction) The Days That We Have Seen (, social studies) From Mouths of Men (, social studies) Horse Power and Magic (, social studies) The Strength of the Hills: An Autobiography (, memoir) Spoken History (, memoir)Born: David William Gentleman RDI (born 11 March ) is an English artist.

He studied illustration at the Royal College of Art under Edward Bawden and John has worked in watercolour, lithography and wood engraving, at scales ranging from platform-length murals for Charing Cross Underground Station in London to postage stamps and logos.

His themes include paintings of. He was the son of George Ewart Evans (whose books included Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay and Where Beards Wag All), and his wife Florence (nee Knappett), a schoolteacher.

As a young man, he was. Where beards wag all. Thomas Tusser, Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, August's Abstract. Adam Davie, Life of Alexander (About ).

In Warton's History of English Poetry, Volume II, p. Quoted by Ben Jonson, Masque of Christmas. External links.Oxfam Bookshop Market Harborough Where Beards Wag All: The Relevance of Oral Tradition - George Ewart Evans.

Special edition published by the Country Book Club, Newton Abbot, in pp Reasonable dust jacket; good faces but chipped to all edges and many scratches to the spine strip. Tears to all corners.

Not price clipped. As-new red cloth with gold titles to. Yes, you can trim your beard at home. You can even properly define your neckline and shape it up however you please. But you need to know a few things first, which is why we've outlined everything Author: Esquire Editors.