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Reading the Water: Lectures on Home Video Ecology from the Gulf of Maine (review)

Reading the Water: Lectures on Home Video Ecology from the Gulf of Maine (review) in this case the folklore and mythology of the rural South. The character of Israel says it best: "There ain't much truth to what people think they know." Patterson, R. Gary. Take a Walk on the Dark Side: Rock and Roll Myths, Legends and Curses. New York: Fireside, 2004. Print. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

Reading the Water: Lectures on Home Video Ecology from the Gulf of Maine (review)

Journal of Film and Video , Volume 61 (3) – Sep 23, 2009

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in this case the folklore and mythology of the rural South. The character of Israel says it best: "There ain't much truth to what people think they know." Patterson, R. Gary. Take a Walk on the Dark Side: Rock and Roll Myths, Legends and Curses. New York: Fireside, 2004. Print.

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Sep 23, 2009

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