Mother's Table, Father's Chair: Cultural Narratives of Basque American Women

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Utah State University Press, 1999 - Social Science - 160 pages
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Supplementing the narratives of her informants with her own commentary and interpretations, Thursby clarifies the role of women in the transformation of Basques into Basque Americans.

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Contents

Grandfathers Chair
9
A Real Home Smells Like Garlic and Onion
51
Mountains Dont Move but People Do
76
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JACQUELINE S. THURSBY is Associate Professor of English at Brigham Young University, where she specializes in folklore studies. Her previous books include Mother's Table, Father's Chair: Cultural Narratives of Basque American Women (1999).

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