Uncle Remus MP3 Audio CD


introduction by JOHN TUMLIN
Audio CD read by TOM TURNER

Audio CD

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Features the first 22 stories in the book, plus the introduction by John Tumlin.
*Note that CD is for MP3 compatible devices.

Uncle Remus was a fictionalized, friendly old black man who told plantation tales to an admiring young boy on a plantation in middle Georgia during the 1880’s. But Uncle Remus still lives as the most famous personality of all Georgia literature. As literature, these stories are a unique record of Afro-American animal folklore. As social history, the tales contain a melancholy undercurrent about the changing postwar South and a nostalgia for gentle values of the past. But the fact that the tales entertain is, after all, the only justification they have ever needed.

Uncle Remus, Joel Chandler Harris, Uncle Remus Tales, Georgia literature, Atlanta Constitution, 19th century, Afro-American, animal folklore, oral tradition, plantation life, social history, cultural history, agrarian values, southern stories, Africa, African American, America, black, white, Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, Tar Baby, Tar-Baby, Brer B’ar, The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story, John Tumlin, Negro, Negroes, slave, Southern literature, American literature, antebellum


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