Book Reviews litical ramifications of any contemporary work in folklore. Jason "cordially" asks readers to send her additional information on indexes they come across. In an effort to be a good citizen of the scholarly community, here are some additions I would make of titles available before Jason's 1992 cutoff date. I am baffled by the absence of a few of them since they are widely available and fit Jason's criteria for inclusion. I have many more additions but space here does not allow for them. I offer these to point out that of bibliography making there is no end, no matter how specific the topic. See Margaret Read MacDonald, The Storyteller's Sourcebook: An Index to Folklore Collections for Children, Neal Schuman Publishers, in association with Gale Research, 1982, and Edward J. Neugaard, "The Rondayes de Mallorca of the Archduke Salvatore: An Index of Motifs and Taletypes," Campo Abierto: Compu-Revista de Lenguas y Literaturas Hispanicas 2(79)(1991): fasc. 8. Neugaard has published many indexes as articles not included in his Motif-Index of Medieval Catalan Folktales. Finally, I have located over fifteen theses and dissertations from all over the world not included in my original bibliography. My favorite is Gerard
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