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Articles without author, not in a periodical

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The Berkshire Book (Reading: Berks. Fed. W.I.s, 1939), p.293.1 (1983) 3 (cit)
Campden Petty Sessions Minutes, 4 Apr. 1990 {error for 1890}, Gloucestershire Record Office PS CA M1/68.1 (1991) 12 (sum)
Christmas Revels: or, The Puritan’s Discomfiture (London: R. Washbourne, 1886)3.4 (1983) 24 (cit)
Crockford’s Clerical Directory, 18902.3 (1982) 20 (cit)
Derby Tup (Unstone: Garland Films [n.d.])1.5 (1981) 30a (adv)
Dictionary of National Biography2.5 (1982) 28 (cit)
Evidence, Magistrates Court, Bonne Bay {Nfld}, PANL GN 5/3/F/128.1 (1991) 1-3 (cop)
Folk Drama , Folklore/Folklife Educational Series (St John’s, Nfld: Breakwater Books, 1983)4.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Grandma Tooley’s Old Fashioned Picture Book for Boys and Girls (Scotia, NY: Americana Review, 1960), [p. 29]6.4 (1986) 24, 32 (sum)
Handlist of Papers of Professor M. W. Barley (Nottingham: Manuscripts Department, University of Nottingham, [n.d.]). Pages 4 to 10 include a list of Professor Barley’s collection of materials relating to Plough Monday plays1.3 (1981) 21 (rec)
A History of Bearsted and Thurnham (Bearsted and Thurnham History Book Committee, [1978]), p.1365.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
History of Welford, vol. 7 [c. 1900], Reading Public Library, MS BTW/D 37942.3 (1982) 20 (cit)
The Life of the Late Famous Comedian, Jo. Hayns: Containing His Comical Exploits and Adventures, Both at Home and Abroad (London: J. Nutt, 1701)5.3 (1985) 29 (cit)
‘Memories of Newark’ (1963), Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Record Office, DD121/3/4 5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
‘Memories of a Villager’ (1960), Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Record Office, DD121/1 5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Newspaper Cuttings, Nottinghamshire County Library, Local History Collection, qL39-39.9 (1948-50)2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Papers on Traditional Drama Presented at the American Folklore Society Annual Meeting– Pittsburgh, 16-19 October 19801.2 (1980) 10-11 (sum)
Plaxtol–A Kentish Village, (Plaxtol W. I., 1957), p.567.4 (1990) 67 (sum)
St George & The Dragon (Coventry: J. Turner, printer, [n.d.]), from Charles Harding Firth Collection, E1055.1 (1985) 7 (cop)
Scottish Women’s Rural Institutes Village History Competition, 1966, typescript, Edinburgh, National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland; copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 28, pp.100, 1405.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
‘Theatre Royal, Drury Lane: The Unprecedented Success . . . ’ (poster of Dec. 1833 in Victoria and Albert Theatre Museum)3.4 (1983) 22(cop), 244.5 (1984) 45 (cit)  
Vaughan Williams Memorial Library Collection {no further information}4.6 (1984) 635.5 (1985) 47 (cit)

Articles without author in periodicals

Periodical title order  
‘The Alderley Mummers’, Alderley and Wilmslow Advertiser, 17 Dec. 1937, p.2g 8.1(1991) 5-6 (cop)
‘"Pearly Pearls" at Over Alderley’, Alderley and Wilmslow Advertiser, 24 Dec. 1937, p.9b8.1 (1991) 8-9 (cop)
‘Mummers on the Air: Christmas Eve Broad-cast from Alderley Park’, Alderley and Wilmslow Advertiser, 24 Dec. 1937, p.9c8.1 (1991) 6-8 (cop)
‘Mummers on the Air: Perfect Broadcast from Alderley Park’, Alderley and Wilmslow Advertiser, 31 Dec. 1937, p.9b8.1 (1991) 8 (cop)
British Library News, No. 84 (April 1983)3.3 (1983) 16 (sum)
Croydon Chronicle, 9 Aug. 1879, p. 6d, apparently reprinted from the Globe7.2 (1989) 27-8 (cop)
‘The Christmas Festivities of 1868’, Derbyshire Times, 2 Jan. 18692.4 (1982) 27-8 (cop)
Evening Herald , 19 Jan. 1955, 4ef2.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
‘Mummers are Making a Comeback’, Evening Telegram, [St John's, Newfoundland], 3 Jan. 19876.5 (1986) 43 (cop)
‘Campden Mummers in 1891’, Evesham Journal, 16 Jan. 1937, p.16; corrected in the same, 23 Jan. 1937, p.13, (photograph was of morris dancers, not mummers; also date was 1896, see reference here for Chandler, 1984)8.1 (1991) 11 (cit)
(Obituary of George Griffen), Evesham Journal, 16 Dec. 1939, p.138.1 (1991) 11 (cit)
Evesham Standard, 19 Apr. 1890, p. 38.1 (1991) 12 (cit)
‘Soul Caking Play, Cheshire’, Family Circle, 17.2 (1980), 133 {prize offered for finding the most  mistakes}1.5 (1981) 27 (cop)
[Faversham] Gazette and Times, 26 Jan. 1978, p.305.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Folk Review (March 1976), 141.1 (1980) 5 (cit)
Folk Review, 7.1 (1977), 153.2 (1983) 10 (sum)
Folk-Lore, 39 (1928), 273-92.3 (1982) 20 (cit)
‘Prof. Wynne Brings His Shadow-graph to the Gaiety and Star This Week’, Glasgow Evening Times, 10 Sep. 1888, p.46.4 (1986) 32 (cit)
‘An Undress Rehearsal’, The Graphic–Christmas Number, 25 Dec. 1871, p.7, {date corrected by 4.3 (1984) 25} 2.3 (1982) 20-1 (cop) 3.4 (1983) 21
4.5 (1984) 43 (cit)
‘Twelvth Day’, Supplement to Illustrated London News, (13 Dec. 1842), 548-93.4 (1983) 24 (sum)
‘Effects of Masking–Two Children Terrified to Death’, Illustrated London News, (21 Dec. 1850) p. 4714.3 (1984) 30 (cop)
‘Christmas Mummers in the Olden Time’, Illustrated London News (22 Dec. 1866), 6184.3 (1984) 27-8 (cop)
Journal of the Folk Song Society, 2.7 (1905), 130-11.3 (1981) 19 (cit)
Lady’s Pictorial, 27 Dec. 1895, p. 10071.5 (1981) 30 (cop)
‘"Heaven Bound": Negro Baptist Church in Richmond Stages a Miracle Play’, Life, 17 May 1943, pp.26-76.6 (1986) 48 (cit)
‘Diaboloical Doings in Atlanta,’ Life, 26 Jan. 1953, pp.55-86.6 (1986) 48 (cit)
London Calling (London: BBC), issues not specified7.1 (1988) 2, 4 (cit)
London Calling (London: BBC), 1 Nov. 19467.1 (1988) 8 (cit)
‘Proceedings of the Contemporary Morris and Sword Dancing Conference, CECTAL, Sheffield, March 1988’, Lore and Language, 6.2, Special Issue (1987)7.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Manx Sun , 10 Jan. 18325.4 (1985) 32-6 (cop)
‘Mummers on Parade’ {in Philadelphia}, National Geographic World, 76 (Dec. 1981) 12-172.4 (1982) 28 (rec)
‘"Mumming": A Quaint Old Custom’, The New Penny Magazine, no. 63 (6 Jan. 1900), 632-46.2 (1986) 9-11 (cop)
Newbury Weekly News, 11 Dec. 1912 and 8 Jan. 19143.1 (1983) 4 (cit)
Newspaper Library Newsletter, 1 (London: British Library Reference Division, 1980)1.3 (1981) 21 (rev)
Norfolk Chronicle, 29 Dec. 1894 and 25 Oct. 19046.3 (1986) 13 (sum)
Nottinghamshire Countryside, (January 1939), 267.3 (1989) 45 (cop)
‘"Plough Monday" Play in Notts’, [Nottingham?] Journal, 14 Jan. 1941, cutting in Nottinghamshire  County Library Local History Collection, qL39-39.95.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
‘Notts. G., 28 Dec. 07', newspaper cutting so annotated in James Prior, MS ‘Notts Dialect Words’ f. 51r, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Record Office, M4415.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
‘The Mummers' Play at Yaxley’, Peterborough Advertiser and South Midland Times, Wednesday, 12 Mar. 1902, 6f {two series each week, essential to cite the day} 2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Radio Times, Northern Edition, for 31 Sep. 1934 8.1 (1991) 5 (cop)
Radio Times , 20 Dec. 19356.5 (1986) 39 (sum)
Radio Times , 26 Oct. 1934, p.3187.1 (1988) 3 (cit)
Radio Times , 10 Dec. 1937 (refers to a broadcast on 18 Dec. 1937), cutting in the Frederick B. Hamer Collection2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
‘Police Intelligence: Brigg Petty Sessions: Tuseday’, Retford and Gainsborough Times, 14 Jan. 1881, p.23.6 (1983) 41-2 (cop)
‘Police Intelligence: Gainsborough Petty Sessions: Tuesday’, Retford and Gainsborough Times, 20 Jan. 1882, p.23.6 (1983) 42 (cop)
‘Shocking Death of a "Plough Jagger" in the Snow’, Retford and Gainsborough Times, 14 Jan. 1887, p. 83.6 (1983) 42-3 (cop)
A Battle Amongst the Christmas Mummers, Roomer, 1.1 (1980) 1-2 1.1 (1980) 1-2 (txt) 
Periodical and Newspaper Search, Roomer, 1.1 (1980) 3 1.1 (1980) 3 (txt)
The Pace Egg Play–Houldsworth Schools, 1885, Roomer, 1.1 (1980) 4 1.1 (1980) 4 (txt)
Folk Play Indexing Workshop, Roomer, 1.2 (1980) 11-12 1.2 (1980) 11-12 (txt)
Journals Search {asks if journals listed have been searched}, Roomer, 1.3 (1981) 22 1.3 (1981) 22 (txt)
The Ordnance Survey Atlas of Great Britain (Feltham: Ordnance Survey, Country Life Books, 1982), Roomer, 2.6 (1982) 47 2.6 (1982) 47 (rev)
Drama in Hull and District, Roomer, 5.6 (1985) 62 5.6 (1985) 62 (txt)
Fragments from Hastings, Sussex, Roomer, 6.1 (1986) 3-4 6.1 (1986) 3-4 (txt)
B.B.C. Mummers–Part 1, Roomer, 6.5 (1986) 39 6.5 (1986) 39 (txt)
Surrey Gazette, 9 Jan.1869 8.1 (1991) 4 (sum) 
Traditional Drama Studies, 1 (1985) 6.1 (1986) 1-3 (rev)
Traditional Drama Studies, 2 6.1 (1986) 3 (fco)
Uttoxeter Advertiser, 23 Feb.1938, p.4, & 31 Dec.1953, p.37.2 (1989) 26 (cit)

Articles with author


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Authors - A  
A., P. F. S., ‘The Christmas Play of St George’, Western Antiquary (Dec. 1883), 168-94.6 (1984) 63 (cit)
Abell, H. F., ‘Some Surviving Kentish Beliefs’, Home Counties Magazine, 3 (1901), 1414.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Abrahams, Roger D., ‘Pull Out Your Purse and Pay’, Folklore, 79 (1968), 177-92 5.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Abrahams, Roger D., ‘The Complex Relations of Simple Forms’, Genre, 2 (1969), 104-286.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Abrahams, Roger D., ‘Folk Drama’, in Folklore and Folklife: An Introduction, ed. by Richard M. Dorson (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972)4.2 (1984) 146.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Abrahams, Roger D., ‘Review of Alex Helm "The English Mummers' Play"’, Folk Music Journal, 3 (1982), 285-83.3 (1983) 20 (rec)
Abrams, M. H., ‘Structuralist Criticism’, in A Glossary of Literary Terms, 4th edn (New York: Holt, Rhinehart & Winston, 1981), p.1886.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Adachi, Barbara C., Backstage at Bunraku: A Behind-the-Scene Look at Japan’s Traditional Puppet Theatre (New York: Wetherhill, 1985)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Adams, Robert C., Collection, in Cawte MSS, QNS 149-56 & 160-4; reference corrected at 6.3 (1986) 165.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Addy, Geo. H., Some Old Customs of Derbyshire (London Society of Derbyshiremen, 1903), 1-25.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Aitken, B., ‘Plough Monday’ Folk-Lore, 62 (1951), 334 5.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Allsop, Ivor (details from), Morris Ring–Instructional Week-End on Mumming1.1(1980) 6 (txt)
And, Metin, ‘On the Dramatic Fertility Rituals of Anatolian Turkey’, in Ilhan Basgöz and   Mark Glazer, Studies in Turkish Folklore, Turkish Studies, No. 1, (Indiana: Indiana   University,1978), pp.1-244.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Andersen, Flemming G., Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (eds), Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium (Odense: Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Andrews, W., ‘Christmas Customs’, The Yorkshire Christmas Annual being the Extra Christmas Number of the Yorkshire Magazine (Bradford: Yorkshire Literary Union, [1973?]), p.762.2 1982) 14 (cit)
Antliff, W., ‘Local Notes and Queries’, Nottingham Daily Guardian, 7 Jan. 1885, 6 1.2 (1980) 7 (cit)
Appel, Alfred, A Season in Dreams: The Fiction of Eudora Welty (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1965), pp.164-66.6 (1986) 52 (cit)
Archer, Fred, ‘Rare Boxing Day Fun at the Wheatsheaf: The Guisers Packed our Club Room’, Derby Evening Telegraph, 2 May 1958, p.6c-f2.5 (1982) 33 (cit)
Ardern, C. E., Lymm and District, 3rd more extended edition (Lymm: C. E. Ardern, 1913), p.46 2.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Arkwright, Godfrey, ‘Hampshire Mummers Christmas Carol’, Journal of the Folk Song Society, 1.4 (1902), 178-91.3 (1981) 19 (cit)
Arthur, Dave, A. L. Lloyd (1908-1982): A Biography3.4 (1983) 28 (sum)
Ashley, Kathleen M., ‘An Anthropological Approach to the Cycle Drama: The Shepherds as Sacred Clowns’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Ashman, Gordon, ‘Custom in Conflict: The Morris Dance in the Shrewsbury and Ironbridge Area of Shropshire’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Axton, Richard, ‘Popular Modes in the Earliest Plays’, Medieval Drama, ed. by N. Denny, Stratford-upon-Avon Studies 16 (London: 1973), p.154.1 (1984) 2 (cit)

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Authors - B  
Babcock-Abrahams, Barbara, ‘The Novel and the Carnival World’, Modern Language Notes, 89 (1974) p.6367.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Bagot, Mrs Charles, Links With the Past (London: 1901), p.1894.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Bailey, Aubrey, Tutbury: In Burgo Circa Castellum (The Borough About the Castle): Reflections of Life in the Village (Gloucester: British Publishing Co., [c.1974]), p.52.5 (1982) 33-4 (cit)
Bailey, Aubrey, Down Memory Lane: Part II of Tutbury: In Burgo Circa Castellum: More Reflections of Life in the Village (Gloucester: British Publishing Co., 1975), pp.10-14, 31-22.5 (1982) 33-4 (cit)
Bailey, Peter (ed.), Music Hall: The Business of Pleasure (Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1986)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Baker, D. C., Collection, [n.d.]3.5 (1983) 33, 35-6 (cit)
Banks, William Stott, A List of Provincial Words in Use at Wakefield in Yorkshire (London: J. Russell Smith, 1865), p.562.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Barley, M. W., ‘Plough Plays in the East Midlands’, Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, 7.2 (1953), 68-952.1 (1982) 77.3 (1989) 30 (cit)
Baron, Geoffrey, Collection2.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Barthelemy, Anthony Gerald, Black Face, Maligned Race: The Representation of Blacks in English Drama from Shakespeare to Southerne (Louisiana State University Press, 1987)6.6 (1986) 60 (rec)
Bascom, William R., ‘Four Functions of Folklore’, Journal of American Folklore, 67 (1954), 333-494.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Baskervill, C. R., ‘Mummers' Wooing Plays in England’, MP {sic}, 21 (1923-4), 225-724.1 (1984) 2 (cit)
Baskervill, C. R., The Elizabethan Jig, (Chicago: 1929; repr. New York: 1965), pp.251-2 4.1 (1984) 2 (cit)
Bathe, Dave, Christmas Customs in Chesterfield, Derbyshire2.4 (1982) 27-8 (txt)
Bathe, David, ‘Guising’, Derbyshire Insight, no. 6 (Apr. 1984), 2bc5.1 (1985) 6 (cop)
Bathe, David, ‘Christmas Custom’, Derbyshire Insight, no. 5 (Winter 1984), 6a5.1 (1985) 6 (cop)
Bathe, Dave, ‘The Cold Ash Mummer's Play’ Downs Miscellany, 3.2 (1985) 13-176.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Batson, H. M., Our Wessex Mummers’ Plays [n.d.]3.1 (1983) 3 (cit)
Batson, H. M., MS ‘As Played at Hoe Benham, Christmas 1898. from T. Tucker’, London, Folklore Society, Ordish Collection Box 62.3 (1982) 20 (cit)
Beazley, F. W., ‘Plough Monday and "The Plough Bullocks"’, Nottinghamshire Schools Rural Science Panel Bulletin, 19 (Dec. 1946), 2-42.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Beck, Ervin, and Paul Smith, A Handlist to the C.E.C.T.A.L. Microfilm of the Alex Helm Collection5.6 (1985) 53-61 (txt)
Beckett, Arthur, ‘Christmas Mummers’, The Observer, 11 Jan. 1931, p.21cd2.4 (1982) 23 (sum)
Beckwith, Ian, Victorian Village, Roxby (Sutton-in-Ashfield: printed by H. Smith, 1967), [n.p.n., p. 24]2.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Beeching, H. C., ‘Pages from a Private Diary’, Cornhill Magazine (Feb. 1897), 2693.1 (1983) 4 (cit)
Beeman, William O., ‘Why Do They Laugh?: An Interactional Approach to Humor in Traditional Iranian Improvisatory Theater’ Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981), 506-262.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Behan, Brendan, The Hostage4.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Ben-Amos, Dan, & Kenneth S. Goldstein (eds), Folklore: Performance and Communication (The Hague: Mouton, 1975), pp.3, 47.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Bendix, Regina, Progress and Nostalgia: Silvesterklausen in Urnasch, Switzerland, Folklore & Mythology Series, 33 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985)6.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Berger, Sidney E., Medieval English Drama: A Bibliography of Recent Criticism (Garland, 1989)7.4   (1990) 57 (rec)
Bibby, Geof, ‘Lymm, Cheshire, Notes from a Collector's Diary’, English Dance and Song, 43.3 (1981), 82.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Bicknell, R. W., Northampton Public Library, MS5.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Billington, Sandra, ‘The Fool and the Moral in English and Scottish Morality Plays’ in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense: Odense University  Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Billington, Sandra, The Fool–Folk and Fairground2.6 (1982) 45 (sum)
Billington, Sandra, 'The New Burlsque: An Undress Rehearsal' 3.4 (1983) 21-4 (txt) 4.3 (1984) 25
4.4 (1984) 41 (cit)
Billington, Sandra, A Social History of the Fool (Brighton: Harvester Press, 1984) 1.6 (1981) 38 (fco) 4.2 (1984) 24 (adv)
4.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Birtwistle, Harrison, Down by the Greenwood Side (1970)1.6 (1981) 36 (cop)
Bishop, Julia, 'Mumming in the Courts'8.1 (1991) 1-3 (txt)
Blake, N. F., ‘An Early Reference to Morris Dancing’, Lore and Language, 7.2 (1988), 91-27.4 (1990) 57 (cit)
Bogatyrev, p.G., trans. by Peter Voorheis and Ronald J. Meyer,  ‘Scenery, Artistic Place and Artistic Time in Folk Theater’, Folklore Forum, 14.1 (1981) 33-402.3 (1982) 22 (rec)
Bond, Frank (singer), Songs & Southern Breezes, (Topic 12T 317, 1977) 1.3 (1981) 19 1.6 (1981) 31 (cit)
Bond, Frank (of North Waltham), ‘The Mummers’, MS in possession of Mrs Elmer, his daughter1.6 (1981) 31 (cit)
Booth, Michael R., Victorian Spectacular Theatre 1850-1910 (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Boswell, Pruw, ‘Trends in Morris Dancing on the Lancashire Plain from 1890’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Bourne, Richard, ‘Mummers’, Buzz, (Winter 1983), 21-23.4 (1983) 30 (rec)
Bowman, Deborah, and Thomas E. Barden, ‘Form and Performance in The Old Ship of Zion’, Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society October 19806.6 (1986) 51, 55 (cit)
Bowman, Marion, ‘Janneying in Tilting, Fogo (Newfoundland)’, parts 1 and 2 7.2 (1989) 17-20 7.3 (1989) 34-8 (txt)
Boyd, A. W., ‘The Comberbach (Cheshire) Version of the Soul Caking Play’, Transactions of the Lancashire & Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 44 (1927), pp.41-557.1 (1988) 8 (cit)
Boyd, A. W., ‘The Mummers’ Play’ Notes and Queries, (21 Jan. 1939) 447.1 (1988) 9 (cit)
Boyd, A. W., ‘Mummers' Play at Christmas’ Notes and Queries, (14 Jan. 1939) 30-17.1 (1988) 8 (cit)
Boyd, A. W., ‘Village Mummers of Cheshire’, London Calling, no. 377, 28 Nov. 1946, p. 37.1 (1988) 9 (cit)
Boyd, A. W., A Country Parish: Great Budworth in the County of Chester (London: Collins, 1951)7.1 (1988) 9 (cit)
Boyes, Georgina, ‘Social Bases of Tradition: The Limitations and Implications of "The Search for Origins"’, in Language, Culture and Tradition, ed. by A. E. Green & J. D. Widdowson (Sheffield: CECTAL Conference Papers No. 2, 1981), pp.77-872.6 (1982) 44 (cit)
Boyes, Georgina, The Institutional Basis of Performance: A Socio-Economic Analysis of Contemporary Folk Plays2.6 (1982) 41-4 (txt)
Boyes, Georgina, The Man-Woman Figure in Traditional Drama4.1 (1984) 4 (sum)
Boyes, Georgina, ‘"Excellent Examples": The Influence of Exemplar Texts on Traditional Drama Scholarship’, Traditional Drama Studies, 1 (1985)6.1 (1986) 2 (sum)
Boyes, Georgina, ‘Cultural Survivals Theory and Traditional Customs’, Folk Life, 26 (1987/88), 5-117.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Braine, A., The History of Kingswood Forest (London: E. Nister, 1891), p.2362.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Brand, John, Observations on Popular Antiquities . . ., with the Additions of Sir Henry Ellis, an entirely new and revised edition with numerous illustrations (London: Chatto and Windus, 1877), f.p. 2633.3 (1983) 20 (cit)
Brand, John, Observations on Popular Antiquities . . . , with the Additions of Sir Henry Ellis, an entirely new and revised edition with numerous illustrations (London: Chatto and Windus, 1888)1.3 (1981) 21 (cit)
Brandes, Stanley, ‘The Posadas in Tzintzuntzan: Structure and Sentiment in a Mexican Christmas Festival’, Journal of American Folklore, 96 (1983), 259-793.2 (1983) 12 (rec)
Bratton, J. S., ‘Theatre of War: The Crimea on the London Stage 1854-5’, in Performance and Politics in Popular Drama, ed. by David Bradley, Louis James & Bernard Sharratt (Cambridge: 1980), p.136, f.n. 45.3 (1985) 30 (sum)
Bratton, J. S. (ed.), Music Hall: Performance and Style (Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1986)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Brears, Charles, ‘Lincolnshire Folk Lore and Legends’, Lincolnshire Magazine, 1 (1932-34), 175 & 140-15.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Bregenhøj, Carsten, Helligtrekongersløb på Agersø (Epiphany Mummering on Agersø) (Copenhagen: 1974)1.1 (1980) 53.3 (1983) 15 (cit)
Brennan, John, ‘Pace Egging in the Calder Valley’, English Dance and Song, 38.2 (1976), 50-12.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Brice, Andrew, The Mobiad (London: 1770), p.904.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Briggs, Asa, The History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom, vol. 2: The Golden Age of Wireless (London: OUP, 1965), p.2567.2 (1989) 26 (cit)
Briggs, Katherine, Folklore of the Cotswolds (Batsford, 1974), pp.187-904.6 (1984) 63 (cit)
Briscoe, Marianne G., Clerical Views of Festival in Late Medieval England7.1 (1988) 13 (fco)
Briscoe, Marianne G., & John C. Coldewey,  Contexts for Early English Drama (Indiana University Press, 1989)7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Broadwood, Lucy, English Traditional Songs and Carols (London: Boosey, 1908), pp. 882-31.3 (1981) 19 (cit)
Brody, Alan, The English Mummers and Their Plays (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969; Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1970 & 1971); {citations vary} 2.6 (1982) 44 6.3 (1986) 18, 22
6.5 (1986) 39 (cit)
Broomhead, Duncan, Collection: Nether Alderley Play [n.d.]2.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Broomhead, Duncan, An Eighteenth Century Play from Cheshire2.5 (1982) 23-9 (txt)
Broomhead, Duncan, Mumming and the BBC8.1 (1991) 4-9 (txt)
Brown, Barbara, ‘History of a Revival Mummers’ Side’, English Dance and Song, 42.3 (1980), 91.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Brown, Roly, ‘Mumming Plays in West Berkshire’, Folk Review 7.11, (1978), 9-13 1.3 (1981) 21 (rec) 2.3 (1982) 19-20
3.1 (1983) 3 (cit)
Brown, Roly, ‘Traditional Topics: The Chaddleworth Mumming Play’, Southern Rag Folk Magazine 1.4 (1980), 27-8 1.3 (1981) 21 2.3 (1982) 19
3.1 (1983) 3 (cit)
Brown, Roly, A Note on the Weston (Berks.) Play2.3 (1982) 18-20 (txt)3.1 (1983) 3 (cit)
Brown, Roly, Further Notes on Mummers in West Berkshire 1897-19273.1 (1983) 1-4 (txt)
Brown, Roly, Mummers in West Berkshire 1890-19203.3 (1983) 18 (sum)
Brown, Roly, ‘Mummers in West Berkshire 1897-1927: Work in Progress–Three "New" Locations’, Downs Miscellany, 3.2 (1985), 2-126.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Buchan, David (ed.), Scottish Tradition: A Collection of Scottish Folk Literature (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984), Folk Drama pp.210-25, 245-84.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Buckland, Ernest, BBC Record no. 10029f, 20 Dec. 19468.1 (1991) 11 (sum)
Buckland, Theresa Jill, ‘The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance’  (unpublished B.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1976)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Buckland, Theresa Jill, ‘Ceremonial Dance Traditions in the South-West Pennines and Rossendale’, (unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1984)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Buckland, Theresa, ‘Documenting a Processional Dance from Past and Present Perspectives’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Burkert, Walter, Homo Necans: The Anthropology of Ancient Greek Sacrificial Ritual and Myth (University of California Press, 1987)6.6 (1986) 60 (rec)
Burne, Charlotte, Shropshire Folklore: A Sheaf of Gleanings (London: 1883)3.4 (1983) 244.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Burne, C. S., ‘The Folklore of Staffordshire’, Journal of the British Archaeological Association, n.s. 2 (1896), 315.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Burson, Ann, ‘Model and Text in Folk Drama’, Journal of American Folklore, 93 (1980), 305-161.1 (1980) 6 (rec)
Burson, Anne, ‘Pomp and Circumcision: A Parodic Skit in a Medical Community’, Keystone Folklore, n.s. 1.1 (1982), 28-404.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Burson, Anne C., The Satiric Medical Skit: Folk Drama in a Modern Occupational Group (1980) 1.2 (1980) 10 (sum)
Byrne, Cyril, ‘Some Comments on the Social Circumstances of Mummering in Conception Bay and St John’s in the Nineteenth Century’, Newfoundland Quarterly, 77.4 (Winter 1981-2) 3-64.4 (1984) 317.3 (1989) 44 (rec)

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Caine, p.W., Manx Museum, MS 85B5.4 (1985) 32 (cit)
Callcott, Dr, As I Was Going to Derby (London: B. Williams, [n.d.]); copy in Selected Glees, British Library H2342.C1.6 (1981) 36 (cit)
Calvert, Valerie E., ‘The Pasche Egg’,  (unpublished B.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1962)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Cannon, Joan, ‘The Christmas Mummers: A Sketch from the Past’, The Sign, Dec. 1937, pp. 162-32.3 (1982) 22 (cit)
Carey, Clive, London, Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, Carey MSS, Sx 3, 59, 327C1.3 (1981) 19 (cit)
Carpenter, James Madison, Collection, Library of Congress, MS Music-3109; Microfilm copy in Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, Cecil Sharp House, London 1.1 (1980) 5 2.2 (1982) 14
2.3 (1982) 19 3.2 (1983) 10
4.5 (1984) 49 6.2 (1986), 12
6.5 (1986) 41 7.2 (1989) 24 (cit)
8.1 (1991) 10-11 (sum)
Castle, Terry, Masquerade and Civilization; The Carnivalesque in Eighteenth-Century English Culture and Fiction (London: Methuen, 1986)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Castor, Peterborough Advertiser, Saturday 13 Jan. 1876, p.3c, {two series each week, essential to cite the day}5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Cave, Richard (ed.), Theatre in Focus: Original Monographs . . . (Consortium for Drama and Media in Higher Education, [n.d.])2.1 (1982) 8a-b (adv)
Cawley A. C., ‘Thoresby and Later Owners of the Manuscript of the York Plays (BL Additional MS 35290’, Leeds Studies in English, n.s. 11 (1979), 74-89 (p. 76) 1.5 (1981) 27 (cit)
Cawte, E. C., ‘The Riccall Sword Dance’, Folk Music Journal, 2.2 (1971), 102-145.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Cawte, E. C., Ritual Animal Disguise: A Historical and Geographical Study of Animal Disguise in the British Isles, (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1978) 1.6 (1981) 35 2.2 (1982) 14
2.5 (1982) 29 4.1 (1984) 2 (cit)
Cawte, E. C., A Guide to English Ritual Drama in the Carpenter Manuscripts (typescript, 1979-80) {Vaughan Williams Memorial Library} 1.1 (1980) 5 (cit)
Cawte, E. C., John Fletcher and The Observer4.1 (1984) 9 (txt)
Cawte, E. C., Amendments to ‘English Ritual Drama’, parts 1 to 3 1.5 (1981) 23-6 2.2 (1982) 9-16
5.2 (1985) 9-22 (txt)
Cawte, E. C., Folk Drama As a Science5.3 (1985) 27 (txt)
Cawte, E. C., Correspondence {on Kent & Isle of Wight plays, and Stuart Piggott MSS} 6.3 (1986) 16 (txt)
Cawte, E. C., Alex Helm and N. Peacock, English Ritual Drama (London: Folk-Lore Society, 1967) 1.1 (1980) 3, 5 1.5 (1981) 23
1.6 (1981) 36 2.1 (1982) 1
2.2 (1982) 9 2.4 (1982) 24
2.5 (1982) 29, 33 2.6 (1982) 44
3.1 (1983) 3 3.2 (1983) 9
3.3 (1983) 18 3.5 (1983) 33
4.5 (1984) 48 5.2 (1985) 9
5.5 (1985) 42, 44, 47 6.2 (1986) 12
6.3 (1986) 16, 18, 22 7.3 (1989) 30
7.4 (1990) 60-1 (cit)
Celander, Hilding, Stj ärngossarna: Deras Visor och Julspel (The Star-boys: Their Songs and Christmas Play) (Stockholm: 1950)3.3 (1983) 15 (cit)
Chambers, E. K., The Mediaeval Stage, 2 vols (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1903) 4.5 (1984) 48, 50 6.3 (1986) 18, 22
7.3 (1989) 30 (cit)
Chambers, E. K., The English Folk-Play (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933) 2.1 (1982) 7 3.4 (1983) 24
4.5 (1984) 48-51 5.5 (1985) 47, 52
6.3 (1986) 16, 18, 22 7.3 (1989) 30 (cit)
Chambers, Tom, Collection2.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Champe, Flavia Waters, The Matachines of the Upper Rio Grande: History, Music and Choreography (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1983)5.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Chandler, Keith, ‘Morris Dancing in the Eighteenth Century: A Newly Discovered Source’, Lore and Language, 3.8 (1983), 31-86.2 (1986) 12 (cit)
Chandler, Keith, ‘The Archival Morris Photographs 2: Campden Morice Dancers, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, 1896’, English Dance and Song, 46.3 (1984) 6-88.1 (1991) 11 (cit)
Chandler, Keith, 18th Century Mummers at Sherborne, Glos.6.2 (1986) 12 (txt)
Chandler, Keith, Mumming at Chadlington (Oxfordshire): A Note on Some Recently-collected Material6.5 (1986) 40-1 (txt)
Chandler, Keith, ‘Continuing Researches into the South Midland Morris: A Progress Report’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39-40 (rec)
Chapman, Frank, Yesterday’s Town–Tonbridge (Barracuda, 1982), p.947.4 (1990) 68 (sum)
Charlton, C. H., ‘Belief and Superstition in the Area of Runcorn and Widness {sic}’ (unpublished thesis for BA, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1973)7.4 (1990) 56 (rec)
Chaworth-Musters, Mrs, A Cavalier Stronghold: A Romance of the Vale of Belvoir (London: Simpkin Marshall, 1890), pp.387-927.3 (1989) 30 (cit)
Chidlaw, Richard, Collection5.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Clare, John, ‘Morris Dancers’, in The Poems of John Clare, ed. by J. W. Tibble, (London: J. M. Dent, 1935), text-transform:uppercase'>II , 2685.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Clare, John, The Shepherd’s Calendar, ed. by Eric Robinson & Geoffrey Summerfield (London: Oxford University Press, 1964), p.1275.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Clarke, Frances, No Show Without Punch3.3 (1983) 18 (sum)
Clarke, Frances, As Pleased As Punch5.4 (1985) 38 (sum)
Clarkson, Christopher, The History and Antiquities of Richmond in the County of York (Richmond: 1821), pp.290-14.5 (1984) 51 (cit)
Clegg, John Trafford, ‘Bowd Slasher’ in The Works of John Trafford Clegg: Stories, Sketches and Rhymes in the Rochdale Dialect (Rochdale: James Clegg, 1895), pp. 76-837.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Clopper, Lawrence M., ‘Florescence in the North: Traditions of Drama and Ceremony’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Coldeney, John C., ‘The Records of Early English Drama in Nottinghamshire’, Bulletin of Local History–East Midland Region, 15 (1980), 9-101.5 (1981) 30 (rec)
Coldewey, John C., ‘Plays and "Play" in Early English Drama’, Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, 28 (1985), 181-86.1 (1986) 5 (rec)
Cole, M. R., Los Pastores: A Mexican Play of the Nativity (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, for the American Folklore Society, 1907)7.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Collingwood, Frances, ‘Folklore of Nottinghamshire’, Nottinghamshire Magazine, 1.3 (1933), 1802.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Cooke, Rev. J. H., Shillingstone: The Story of a Dorset Village (Frome: printed by Butler & Tanner, published privately, 1921), pp.87-85.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Copper, Bob, Songs and Southern Breezes (London: Heinemann, 1973)1.6 (1981) 32 (cit)
Cordrey, Edward, Bygone Days at Iffley (privately printed, 1956), p.545.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Cousa, James, Mumming in South County Armagh: Reminiscences of a Philadelphia Irish American (1980)1.2 (1980) 10 (sum)
Cousins, D. S., Private communication to p.Smith5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Coussmaker, Rev. John Octavius, MS of Hamstall Ridware Play (1900), Hamstall Ridware Parish Church {not cited formally, but this detail is in the text}3.2 (1983) 7 (sum)
Cox, A. H., ‘Mummers Plays’, Middlesex Local History Bulletin, no. 17 (1964), 15-204.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Cox, J. Stevens, Mumming and the Mummers’ Play of St George (St Peter Port: Toucan Press, 1970), p.4325.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Cragg, John, MS Diary 1790, formerly on loan to Lincolnshire Record Office, now absent;copy of relevant passage in E. H. Rudkin Collection5.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Craig, Patricia, ‘Review of Henry Glassie "All Silver and No Brass" (University of Pennsylvania Press)’, Times Literary Supplement, 23 Dec. 1983, p.1428 4.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Craven, Gerald, and Richard Moseley, ‘Actors on the Canvas Stage: The Dramatic Conventions of Wrestling’, Journal of Popular Culture, (1972), 326-364.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Crawford, Phyllis, In England Still (Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1938) 1.1 (1980) 5 1.3 (1981) 22
2.4 (1982) 23 (cit)
Crawford, Sean, ‘On Christmas Eve: A Christmas Play in One Act’, Ireland’s Own, 3 Dec. 1949, pp.14-155.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Creighton, Helen, ‘Old Christmas Eve in Nova Scotia’, Canadian Geographical Journal, 63.6 (1961), 2195.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Creighton, Helen, Communication to Dr Herbert Halpert, 15 June 1967; copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 29, p.15.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Cronk, Anthony, A Short History of West Malling, Kent (published privately, 1951), p.41 5.3 (1985) 23 5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Cubbon, William (comp. & ed.), A Bibliographical Account of Works Relating to the Isle of Man (London: Oxford University Press, 1933), vol. 15.4 (1985) 32 (cit)
Culin, Stewart, ‘Folk-Lore Scrap-Book: Italian Marionette Theatre in Brooklyn, N.Y.’, Journal of American Folklore, 3 (1890), 155-77.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Cunnington, C., Alveston: Our Village Within Living Memory (Dursley: printed by F. Bailey, 1959), 34 & app. 45.2 (1985) 19 (cit)
Cycloped, Janus, ‘Play Selection: Christmas Plays and Mysteries’, Amateur Stage, 1 (Nov. 1926), 3644.5 (1984) 49 (cit)

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Authors - D  
Dance, Miss E. M., Collection, copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 31, p.1525.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Danforth, Loring M., ‘Tradition and Change in Greek Shadow Theater’, Journal of American Folklore, 96 (1983), 281-309 {or} 310-22 {citations differ}3.2 (1983) 126.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Daniel, George, Merrie England In the Olden Time, new edn (London: Frederick Warne, [c.1841]), pp. 198-95.3 (1985) 29 (sum)
Davis, Susan C., Making Night Hideous: Mummery and Masking in Nineteenth Century Philadelphia (1980)1.2 (1980) 10 (sum)
Davis, Susan G., ‘Making Night Hideous: Christmas Revelry and Public Order in 19th Century Philadelphia’, American Quarterly, 34 (1982), 185-997.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Davis, Susan G., Parades and Power: Street Theater in Nineteenth Century Philadelphia (Temple University Press, 1986)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Davis, Susan G., Parades and Power: Street Theater in 19th Century Philadelphia (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Davison, Peter, Contemporary Drama and the Popular Dramatic Tradition in England (London: Macmillan, 1982)6.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Davison, Peter, Popular Appeal in English Drama to 1850 (London: Macmillan, 1982)2.3 (1982) 22 (rec)
de Roos, Marjoke, Shrovetide Performances in the Low Countries7.1 (1988) 13 (fco)
Dealaiza, Candi, Definition of Character Type in the Basque Pastorale (1980)1.2 (1980) 10-11 (sum)
Dean-Smith, Margaret, ‘Folk Play Origins of the English Masque’, Folk-Lore, 65 (1954), 85, f.n.15 2.2 (1982) 14 (cit)
Dean-Smith, Margaret, ‘The Life-Cycle Play or Folk Play’, Folk-Lore, 69 (1958), 239 4.5 (1984) 48 (cit)
Dean-Smith, Margaret, ‘An Un-Romantic View of the Mummers’ Play’, Theatre Research, 8.2 (1966), 89-994.5 (1984) 486.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Deegan, Mary Jo, and Michael Stein, ‘American Drama and Ritual: Nebraska Football’, International Review of Sport Sociology, 13.3 (1978), 31-424.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Denier, Tony, The Great Secret of Shadow Pantomimes: or, Harlequin in the Shades (London: Samuel French, [c.1868]), pp.iii-iv, 8-126.4 (1986) 24-5, 32 (cop)
Dennis, Pauline, Whillesey Straw Bear, English Dance and Song, 43.4 (1981), 21-22.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Dietrich, Julia, ‘The Folk Drama and the Liturgy of Sacrifice’, Kentucky Folklore Record, 25.1-2 (1979), 37-451.3 (1981) 217.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Disher, M. Willson, The Greatest Show on Earth (London: G. Bell, 1937)4.5 (1984) 47 (cit)
Dobie, Frank J., Mody C. Boatright and Harry H. Ransom (eds), Texas Stomping Grounds (Austin: Texas Folklore Society, 1941), pp.126-406.6 (1986) 51 (sum)
Dodgson, J. Mc N. (ed.), The Place-names of Cheshire Part I, English Place-name Society (Cambridge: University Press, 1970), p.982.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Dodsley, Robert, Old Plays (1744; repr. London: S. Prowett, 1825-7)6.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Donelly, James S., ‘The Whiteboy Movement, 1761-65’, Irish Historical Studies, 21.81 (1978), 3-545.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Douce, Francis, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts, MS Douce 44, pp.1-72.5 (1982) 23 (cop)
{Douce, Francis}, Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts, MS Douce d.44, pp.204-8 & 2172.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Douglas, Mary, Natural Symbols (London: Cresset Press, 1970), pp.14, 207.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Drake, Jon, The Fool and the Hobby-Horse in Ritual Drama1.2 (1980) 12 (cit)
Drake, Jon, The Fool and the Hobby-Horse: Their Role in Ritual Drama of Britain (Garsington: Southend Press, 1985)5.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Dransfield, John N., A History of the Parish of Penistone (Penistone: James H. Wood, 1906), p.1335.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Dryden, The Rival Ladies, (1664)4.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Duncan, Lindsay, Collection, copy in E. C. Cawte collection, {QNS 188-212, 221-2}5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Dundes, Alan, ‘Structuralism and Folklore’, in Essays in Folklore (Meerut: Folklore Institute of Indiana, 1979), p.1946.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Durland, Frances Caldwell, Creative Dramatics for Children (Antioch Press, 1952) 4.2 (1984) 14 (cit)
Dutton Family, Account Book, Gloucester, Record Offfice, D 678/FAM/96D6.2 (1986) 12 (sum)

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Authors - E  
Eames, Bronwen A., ‘The Uttoxeter Feather Guisers' Christmas Mumming Play’,  (unpublished B.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1981)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Eco, Umberto, V. V. Ivanov and Monoca Rector, Carnival! (Berlin: Mouton, 1984)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Eisenberg, Helen & Larry, The Handbook of Skits and Stunts, 7th edn (New York: Associated Press, 1955), pp.25-66.4 (1986) 26-32 (cop)
Eisenbichler, Konrad, Some Considerations on Florentine Christmas Plays7.1 (1988) 13 (fco)
Ellis, Bill, ‘The Camp Mock Ordeal: Theatre as Life’, Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981), 486-5052.1 (1982) 7 (rec)4.2 (1984) 14 (cit)
Emmison, F. G., Elizabethan Life: Disorder (Chelmsford: Essex County Council, 1970), p.275.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Espinosa, Aurelio M., ‘Traditional Spanish Religious Folk Drama in New Mexico’ and ‘Spanish Secular Folk Drama in New Mexico’, in The Folklore of Spain in the American Southwest: Traditional Spanish Folk Literature . . ., ed. by J. Manuel Espinosa (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985)6.1 (1986) 5 (rec)
Esser, Janet Brody (ed.), Behind the Mask in Mexico (Museum of New Mexico Press, 1988)7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Ewing, Juliana Horatia, The Peace Egg (S.P.C.K., [n.d.]) pp.46-584.6 (1984) 64 (cit)

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Authors - F  
Fees, Craig, ‘Medieval Theater/Theatre and/in Indo-European Tradition/Context’ (unpublished M.A. thesis, Occidental College, Los Angeles, 1981) {citations differ} 4.5 (1984) 506.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Fees, Craig, Damn St George: Some Neglected Home Truths in the History of British Folk Drama, or Bring Out the Dead2.6 (1982) 45 (sum)
Fees, Craig, Folk Play and Analogues: Performance and Charity in Chipping Campden 3.3 (1983) 18 (sum)
Fees, Craig, Looking Over the Obvious4.1 (1984) 4 (sum)
Fees, Craig, Toward Establishing the Study of Folk Drama as a Science: A Critique of Sandra Billington’s Article . . . 4.5 (1984) 41-51 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Obituary, George Richard Greenall (19th October 1909 - 18th October 1984) 4.6 (1984) 53-4 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Folk Drama As a Science5.3 (1985) 28-9 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Notes and Queries; {historical characters in traditional plays}5.3 (1985) 30 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Correspondence {any document should be looked at critically}5.4 (1985) 40 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Correspondence {on Willetts, Roomer 5.5 (1985)}6.3 (1986) 16-17 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Correspondence {on Voigt, ... Irish Folk Play, Roomer, 6.5, 35-9}6.6 (1986) 55-6 (txt)
Fees, Craig T., ‘Christmas Mumming in a North Cotswold Town: With Special Reference to Tourism, Urbanisation, and Immigration-Related Social Change’ (unpublished doctoral dissertation: Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1988) 7.1 (1988) 14 7.2 (1989) 21 (rec), 26 (cit)
8.1 (1991) 10, 12 (cit)
Fees, Craig, The B.B.C. and Mumming No. 17.1 (1988) 2-9 (txt)
Fees, Craig, ‘Maypole Dance in the 20th Century: Further Studies of a North Cotswold Town’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Fees, Craig, ‘Review of Ronald W. Vince, "Ancient and Mediaeval Theatre: A Historiographical Handbook" (Westwood, CT: Greenwood Press, 1984)’6.3 (1986) 18-21 (rev)
Fees, Craig, The BBC and Mumming No. 2: The BBC’s Influence on Folk Customs: A Case (1) 7.2 (1989) 23-6 (txt)
Fees, Craig, ‘Mummers and Momoeri: A Response’, Folklore, 100.2 (1989), 240-77.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Fees, Craig, BBC and Mumming no. 3: An Initial List7.4 (1990) 58-66 (txt)
Fees, Craig, Sources for the Mumming in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire 1860-19008.1 (1991) 10-12 (txt)
Fenoughty, Sue, ‘From Italy, Titaly, France and Spain’, (MS, 1971), pp.76, 78, 80, 82-72.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Fergus, David, ‘Here Comes in Goloshans’, Scots Magazine, Jan. 1982, pp.420-42.3 (1982) 22 (rec)
Fergusson, Erna, Dancing Gods: Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1988)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Firestone, Melvin M., ‘Mummers and Strangers in Northern Newfoundland’, in Christmas Mumming in Newfoundland, ed. by Herbert Halpert & G. M. Story (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969) p.757.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Firestone, Melvine, ‘Christmas Mumming and Symbolic Interactionism’, Ethos, 6.2 (1978), 92- 1134.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Fiske, Roger, English Theatre Music in the Eighteenth Century, 2nd edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Fitzrandolph, M., (ed.), I Remember–Social Life in Gloucestershire Villages 1850-1950 (Gloucester: Gloucestershire Community Council, [1965]), p.315.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Fletcher, Ann, ‘On the Dialect of Biddulph Moor’ (unpublished dissertation, Alsager Training College, 1966), ff. 21-30; Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 31, pp.103, 1325.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Fletcher, John P., ‘Christmas Mummers’, The Observer, 28 Dec. 1930, p.3d2.4 (1982) 23 (sum)
Fletcher, John P., ‘Mumming Plays’, The Observer, 29 Mar. 1936, p.11c 2.2 (1982) 15 2.4 (1982) 24 (sum)
Fletcher, John P., ‘Mumming Plays’, The Observer, 12 Apr. 1936, p.9a2.4 (1982) 24 (sum)
Foley, Catherine, ‘Irish Traditional Step-Dance in Cork’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Forrest, John, Morris and Matachin: A Study in Comparative Choreography (Sheffield: EFDSS and CECTAL), (due October 1983)3.3 (1983) 16 (adv)
Fosbroke, Thomas D., Encyclopaedia of Antiquities and Elements of Archaeology, Classical and Medieval (London: 1825), pp.595, 5894.5 (1984) 51 (cit)
Foxworthy, Tony, Collection2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Frampton, George, ‘Louis Parker and His Pageant Morris Dancers, 1905-1909’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 40 (rec)
Fraser, Amy Stewart, The Hills of Home (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1973), p. 745.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Fraser, Maxwell, West of Offa’s Dyke: South Wales (London: Robert Hale, 1958), p.59 2.1 (1982) 4 (cit)
Frazer, Sir James George, The Golden Bough, abridged edn (New York: Macmillan, 1978), p. 2686.5 (1986) 39 (cit)
Frow, Gerald, Oh Yes It Is!: A History of Pantomime (London: BBC Publications, 1985 or 1986) {citations vary}5.6 (1985) 616.4 (1986) 34 (rec)

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Authors - G  
Gailey, Alan, ‘The Folk-Play in Ireland’, Studia Hibernica 6 (Dublin: St Patrick’s College, 1966), 114-45 passim2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Gailey, Alan, ‘The Rhymers of South-East Antrim’, Ulster Folklife, 13 (1967), 18, 20-2, f.p. 202.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Gailey, Alan, ‘Review of "English Ritual Drama"’, Ulster Folklife, 14 (1968), 835.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Gailey, Alan, Irish Folk Drama (Cork: Mercier Press, 1969)5.2 (1985) 206.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Gailey, Alan, ‘"Mummers" and Christmas Rhymers’ Plays in Ireland: The Problem of Distribution’, Ulster Folklife, 24 (1978), 59-681.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Galgay, Frank, & Michael McCarthy, A Christmas Box (St John’s Nfld: Harry Cuff) [includes numerous references to mummers in Newfoundland]7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Gammon, Vic, A. L. Lloyd and History: A Reconsideration of Aspects of ‘Folk Song in England’ 3.4 (1983) 28 (sum)
Gandy, Ida, A Wiltshire Childhood [Bishop Cannings] (Allen and Unwin, 1929; reprinted Alan Sutton in collaboration with Wiltshire County Council Library and Museum Service, 1988) pp.192-37.4 (1990) 68 (sum)
Gatschet, Alb. S., ‘Schlossar's Collection of Popular Plays’ [Austria], Journal of American Folklore, 4 (1891), 353-47.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Gavin, Barry, A. L. Lloyd: Folk Song on Film3.4 (1983) 28 (sum)
Gawthorne, Arthur E., ‘A Christmas Play’, Northampton County Magazine, 2.24 (1929), 310-115.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Gee, S., & S. Mills, Old Ball: The Lancashire Hobby Horse (Lancashire: the author, 1978)1.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Geertz, Clifford, The Interpretation of Cultures (New York: Basic Books, 1973), pp.87-1416.6 (1986) 55 (cit)
Gilbert, Davies, Ancient Christmas Carols (London: 1822), pp.6-74.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Glassie, Henry, All Silver and No Brass (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1975), pp.14-15, 25, 85-6, 89, 90, 93, 117, 131, 1386.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Gleaner, The, ‘The Week in Wiltshire’, cutting in museum of Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Society, Devizes (Cuttings 22-346), Wiltshire Times, 23 Dec. 1865, 3c (reference corrected by 1.3 (1981) 20)1.1 (1980) 1 (cit)
Gold, Peter, ‘Total Transcription’, Alcheringa, 4 (Autumn 1972), 1-46.6 (1986) 55 (cit)
Gomez, Manuel, and Lara & Rafael Portillo, Holy Week Performances of the Passion in Spain: Connections with European Medieval Drama7.1 (1988) 13 (fco)
Götrick, Kacke, Apidan Theatre and Modern Drama: A Study in a Traditional Yoruba Theatre and its Influence on Modern Drama by Yoruba Playwrights (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1984)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Grant, Bob, and Mike Heaney, ‘In Steps!’, English Dance and Song, 43.4 (1981), 18-202.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Green, A. E., ‘Popular Drama and the Mummers Play’, in Performance and Politics in Popular Drama, ed. by David Bradley (C.U.P., 1980)1.1 (1980) 6 (fco)
Green, R. J., ‘St George and the Dragon: A Study in Folk-Art’,  (unpublished B.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1964)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Green, Thomas A. (ed.), ‘Folk Drama Special Issue’, Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981) 1.1 (1980) 6 (fco) 2.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
6.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Green, Thomas A., ‘Introduction’, Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981), 421-322.1 (1982) 7 (rec)6.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
[Green, William], Life and Adventures of a Cheap Jack: By One of the Fraternity, ed. by Charles Hindley (New Edition: London: Chatto and Windus, 1881) (first published 1976)5.1 (1985) 2 (cit)
Greig, Rory, ‘We Have a Poor Old Horse’, Lore and Language, 2.9 (1973), 7-101.6 (1981) 35 (cit)
Greig, Ruairidh, ‘The Kirmington Plough-Jags Play’, Folk Music Journal, 3.3 (1977), 233-412.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Grimes, Ronald L., Beginnings in Ritual Studies (Landam: University Press of America, 1982)6.1 (1986) 5 (rec)
Guilford, Everard L., Manuscripts, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Record Office, M9909, M9910, M99135.2 (1985) 20 (cit)

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H., ‘Christmas Mummers’, Illustrated London News (21 Dec. 1861), 6364.3 (1984) 25-6 (cop)
H. E., ‘Manners and Customs of Old Stockport: Peace Egging’, Advertiser Notes and Queries, [1] (Stockport: Advertiser Office, 1882), pp.103-4 (first publ. in Stockport Advertiser, 9 Jul. 1881)2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Halpert, Herbert, ‘A Typology of Mumming’, in Christmas Mumming in Newfoundland, ed. by Herbert Halpert and G. M. Story (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969), p.446.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Halpert, Herbert, and G. M. Story (eds), Christmas Mumming in Newfoundland (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 1969)1.6 (1981) 395.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Hamer, Frederick B., ‘Mumming Plays’, The Observer, 5 Apr. 1936, p.13d2.4 (1982) 24 (sum)
‘The Leaves of Life’ [field recordings from the 1960s recorded by Fred Hamer], (Vaughan Williams Library Cassette VWML 003)7.2 (1989) 22 (adv)
Hand, Wayland D., ‘From Folk Legend to Folk Custom: the Shift from Narrative to Dramatic Contexts’, Midwestern Journal of Language and Folklore, 2 (1976), 11-192.3 (1982) 22 (rec)
Handelman, Don, ‘Inside-Out, Outside-In: Concealment and Revelation in Newfoundland Christmas Mumming’, in Text, Play and Story: The Construction and Reconstruction of Self and Society (Proceedings of the American Ethnology Society, 1984), pp. 247-777.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Hansford, F. E., ‘The Christmas Mumming Play’, Schoolmaster and Woman Teacher’s Chronicle, 20 Dec. 1928, p.1122 (cutting in F. B. Hamer collection)5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Hardiston, O. B., Christian Rite and Christian Drama in the Middle Ages (Baltimore: 1965), p.174.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Hardy, Thomas, The Return of the Native (1878)3.3 (1983) 18 (cit)
Hargreaves, Ray, ‘We are the Merry Actors’, English Dance and Song, 43.4 (1981), 2-32.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Harris, Bryan, ‘Crwmpyn John’, Folk Music Journal, 2.5 (1974), 396-95.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Harris, Edwin, Curious Kentish Customs (Rochester: Edwin Harris, 1899), p.115.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Harris, Edwin, ‘Recollections of Rochester: no. 8 - Further Reminiscences of the Old Stone Pump - Customs and Changes in Eastgate’, Chatham and Rochester Observer, 22 Apr. 19327.4 (1990) 67 (sum)
Harris, Roy, Collection 5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Harrison, Alan, ‘Disguised Entertainers in the Gaelic Tradition’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Harrison, William (coll. & ed.), Mona Miscellany: A Selection of Proverbs, Sayings, Ballads, Customs, Superstitions, and Legends Peculiar to the Isle of Man, Manx Society 16 (Douglas: The Manx Society, 1869), pp.166 ff5.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Harrop, Peter, ‘Mumming at Bampton’, Folklife, 18 (1980), 38-481.1 (1980) 6 (rec)
Harrop, Peter, The Internal Meaning of the English Folk Play1.2 (1980) 12 (cit)
Harrop, Peter K., ‘The Performance of English Folk Plays: A Study in Dramatic Form and and Social Function’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1980)7.2 (1989) 21, 26 (rec)8.1 (1991) 10 (cit)
Harrop, Peter, ‘A Diachronic Approach to Folk Drama Performance, Traditional Drama Studies, 1 (1985)6.1 (1986) 2 (sum)
Harrop, Peter, ‘Towards a Morphology of the English Folk Play’, Lore and Language, 5.2 (1986), 63-996.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Harrop, Peter, ‘The Ripon Plough Stots’, Traditional Drama Studies, 2 (1988), 1-18 7.3 (1989) 397.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Hartmann, A., Volkschauspiele: In Bayern und Osterreich-Ungarn gesammelt (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1880; repr. Wulluf: Sändig, 1972) 4.1 (1984) 6 (cit)
Harwood, H. W., and F. H. Marsden, The Pace Egg: The Midgley Version (Halifax: the authors, 1935; repr. Halifax: David Bland, 1977) 2.1 (1981) 7 (rec) 2.4 (1982) 24 (cit)
8.1 (1981) 9 (sum)
Hayward, Brian, ‘The Lesson on the Map: The Geography of the Scottish Folk Play . . .’1.6 (1981) 39 (sum)
Hayward, Richard, ‘Christmas Rhymers’, Ulster Illustrated, 5 (Winter 1957/8), 22-3, 252.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Heaney, Michael, ‘A New Theory of Morris Origins: A Review Article’, Folklore, 96.1 (1985), 29-37 [concerning John Forrest’s Morris and Mattachin: A Study in Comparative Choreography] 5.6 (1985) 61 (rec)
Heaney, Michael, ‘Early Morris’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 40 (rec)
Heaney, Michael, ‘New Light on the Revesby Sword Play’, Notes and Queries, 232.2 (1988), 191-3 7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Heaney, Michael, ‘Kingston to Kenilworth: Early Plebeian Morris’, Folklore, 100.1 (1989), 88-104 7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Heany, Michael, ‘Hawthorns and May Games, Mummers and Morris’, Folklore, 100.2 (1989), 248-9 7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Hedelin, Francois, Abbé d’Aubignac, The Whole Art of the Stage (London: 1684)4.4 (1984) 40 (sum)6.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Helm, Alex, University College London, Library, MS Notebook 31, p.1272.5 (1982) 33 (cit)
Helm, Alex, The English Folk Play, Part 3 (Manchester District of the English Folk Dance Society, 1953), pp.3-102.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Helm, Alex, Cheshire Folk Drama (Ibstock: Guizer Press, 1968), 32-5, 42-51 2.2 (1982) 15 2.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Helm, Alex, The Chapbook Mummers’ Play (Ibstock: Guizer Press, 1969), p.62.6 (1982) 44 (cit)
Helm, Alex, Eight Mummers’ Plays (London: Ginn, 1971)2.5 (1982) 296.5 (1986) 41 (cit)
Helm, Alex, The Life-Cycle Drama (Folklore Society)1.1 (1980) 6 (fco)
Helm, Alex, The English Mummers’ Play (Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1981) 1.5 (1981) 29 (cit), 30 (rec) 4.6 (1984) 64 (rec)
5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Helm, Alex, Staffordshire Folk Drama (Ibstock: Guizer Press, 1984)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Hislop, Dave, and Dave Trenow, ‘Boxing Day–Ripon 1969’, English Dance and Song, 32.3 (1970), 104 2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Hitchins, Fortescue, The History of Cornwall (Helston: 1824), p.7184.5 (1984) 49-51 (cit)
Hodgen, Margaret T., Early Anthropology in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Philadelphia, 1964)4.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Hodgson, Joseph, Reminiscences, Superstitions, Improvements, and Customs of Whitehaven to the Present Time (Whitehaven: Joseph Hodgson, 1853), p.45.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Hoffman, Professor, [pseud. of Angelo John Lewis], Drawing-Room Amusements and Evening Party Entertainments (London: George Routledge, [1878]), pp. 9-106.4 (1986) 25, 32 (sum)
Holland, Keith, ‘Pinner, Middlesex’2.3 (1982) 22 (txt)
{Holland, Robert}, A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester, English Dialect Society vols 44, 46, 51 (London: Trübner, 1896), pp.506-132.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Hone, William, The Every Day Book (London: 1827), cols 18-21, 122-6, 1645-84.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Howard, Diana, Directory of Theatre Research and Information Resources in the U.K. (London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1980)5.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Hudleston, N. A., Rillington: The Story of "An Everyday Village", 2nd impression, revised and enlarged (Scarborough: G. A. Pinder, 1955), pp.66, 865.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Hughes, A., Seventeenth-Century England: A Changing Culture, vol. 1, Primary Sources (London: Ward Lock, 1983)6.6 (1986) 58 (cit)
Hulme, Ann-Marie, ‘Recording Step-Dancing’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Hunter, Joseph (ed.), The Diary of Ralph Thoresby, 2 vols (London: 1830), II 198, (31 Dec. 1713)1.5 (1981) 27 (cit)
Huntley, Elsie, Boxford Barleycorn (1970), pp.151-23.1 (1983) 4 (cit)
Hymes, Dell, ‘Breakthrough into Performance’, in Folk Lore: Performance and Communication, ed. by Dan Ben-Amos & Kenneth S. Goldstein (The Hague: Mouton, 1975), p. 137.3 (1989) 38 (cit)

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Jackson, John, The History of the Scottish Stage (Edinburgh: 1793), pp.409-113.4 (1983) 244.5 (1984) 47 (cit)
James, John, ‘Theatre Museum’ {now open}, Times Educational Supplement, 1 May 1987, p. 326.6 (1986) 56-7 (cop)
Johnson, Richard, The Most Famous History of the Seaven [sic] Champions of Christendome . . . (London: Cuthbert Burbie, 1596)3.4 (1983) 24 (cit)
Johnson, T. Osborne, ‘Ploughjags' Revenge’, Sunday Times, 9 Jan. 1966, 13c2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Jonassen, Frederick B., ‘Elements from the Traditional Drama of England in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"’, Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 17 (1986), 221-547.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Jones, Edward, Musical-Poetical Relics of the Welsh Bards (London: 1794), p.108 f.n. 34.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Jones, Dave, Collection, Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 31, p.1245.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Jones, Idwal, Plough Monday and the Primitive Methodists in Leicestershire1.2 (1980) 7-8 (txt)
Jones, Idwal, Plough Bullocks and the Law3.4 (1983) 26 (cit)
Jones, Idwal, Plough Monday and the Law3.6 (1983) 41-3 (txt)
Judge, Roy Edmund, ‘Jack in the Green’,  (unpublished M.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1975)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Judge, Roy, The-Jack-in-the-Green (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1979)2.4 (1982) 24 (cit)
Judge, Roy, ‘Theatrical Morris’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 40 (rec)
Judge, Roy, May Day in England: An Introductory Bibliography (Folklore Society and Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, 1988)7.2 (1989) 22 (adv)

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Kaspersen, Soren, ‘Bildende Kunst, Theater und Volkstumlichkeit im Mittelalterlichen Danemark . . .’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense: Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Keeler, Ward, Javanese Shadow Plays, Javanese Selves (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1987)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Kelly’s Directory of Staffordshire (1900, 1904, 1912, 1916, 1924)2.5 (1982) 30, 34 (cit)
Kemp, W. A. G., The History of Eastcote Middlesex (Northwood: the author, 1963), pp.127-9 2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Kendall, H. B., The Origins and History of the Primitive Methodist Church [1906?], p.297 1.2 (1980) 8 (cit)
Kendall, S. G., Farming Memoirs of a West Country Yeoman (London: Faber and Faber, 1944), p.33 5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Kennedy, Douglas, ‘Observations on the Sword-dance and Mummers’ Play’, Journal of the English Folk Dance Society, 2 ser., 3 (1930), 13-38 (pp. 33-5)3.2 (1983) 9 (cit)
Kennedy, Peter D., Collection2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
[Kennedy, Peter] Two Devonshire Mummers’ Plays (Totnes: Soundpost Reprint, Dartington Institute of Traditional Arts, 1971)3.3 (1983) 20 (rec)
Killip, I. M., ‘The White Boys and the Mollag Band’, Journal of the Manx Museum, 7.88 (1976), 201-55.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Kingzett, J. C., Evesham Journal, 13 Jul. 1935, p.28.1 (1991) 11 (sum)
Kirke, John, The Seven Champions of Christendom (London: J. Okes, 1638)3.4 (1983) 24 (cit)
Knapp, Mary and Herbert, One Potato, Two Potato: The Secret Education of American Children (New York: W. W. Norton, 1976)4.2 (1984) 14 (cit)
Knott, Olive, Down Dorset Way (Dorchester: Longman (Dorchester) Ltd, 1952), p.535.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Knowles, Dougles, ‘The Milton Regis Play’, Manuscript in Sittingbourne Public Library5.5 (1985) 47-50 (cop)
Kristensen, Marius, ‘En Hellig-tre-Kongers-Vise {or Vice, two citations vary} og Hellig-tre-Kongers-Dans in Danmark (A Three-Holy-Kings-Song and Three-Holy-Kings-Dance in Denmark), Danske Studier (1925), 56-77 3.3 (1983) 14, 15 (cit)
Krohn, Rudiger, ‘"Der Man Verkert sich ein Frauen": Rollenklischees und Komik in den Fruhen Fastnacht-spielen’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Kuhns, Paula Brunk, Camp Skits: The Child’s Folk Drama4.2 (1984) 11-23 (txt)6.4 (1986) 32 (cit)

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La Fontaine, Jean, Initiation: Ritual Drama and Secret Knowledge Across the World (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1985)6.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Langrick, Annie E., ‘The Phonology of the Dialect of Bubwith (Yorkshire East Riding)’ (unpublished thesis for BA, Institute of Dialect and Folk Life Studies, University of Leeds, 1948)7.4 (1990) 56 (rec)
Larlham, Peter, Black Theater, Dance and Ritual in South Africa (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1985)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Laski, Vera, Seeking Life, American Folklore Society Memoirs (Philadelphia: 1958), [Concerned with ‘The Raingod Ceremony of San Juan: A Ritual Drama’]7.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Laurence, M. J. P., ‘The Guisers' Play’, Scots Magazine, n.s. 66.3 (1956), pp. 197-2015.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Leach, Edmund, ‘Time and False Noses’, in Reader in Comparative Religion, ed. by Lessa & Vogt (New York: Harper & Row, 1972), pp.115-167.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Leach, Jonathan, Morris Dancing at Abingdon to 1914 (Eynsham: Chandler Publications, 1987)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Leach, Robert, ‘Punch and Judy and Oral Tradition’, Folklore, 94.1 (1983), 75-85 3.3 (1983) 20 (rec)
Leach, Robert, The Punch & Judy Show: History, Tradition and Meaning (London: Batsford, 1985)5.6 (1985) 61 (rec)
Lee, F. G., ‘Oxfordshire Christmas Miracle Play’, Notes and Queries, 5 ser., 2 (1874), 504 4.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Lee, Jesse, MS dated 4 Apr. 1842 in Manchester Central Reference Library, (from Helm Collection, without a precise reference to either the collection or the library)5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Leonard, Rosemary, ‘Stir-up: A Lancashire Mumming’, English Dance and Song, 44.3 (1982), 5 2.5 (1982) 34 (rec)
Lester, G. A., ‘Cecil Sharp and the Handsworth Sword Dancers 1913-1924’, Folklore, 99 (1988), 110-123 7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Levi-Strauss, Claude, ‘The Structural Study of Myth’, in Structural Anthropology, trans. by Claire Jacobson & Brooke Grundfest Schoepf, 2 vols (New York: Doubleday, 1963), I, 211, 218, 224, 2266.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Levi-Strauss, Claude, ‘Reflections on a Work by Vladimir Propp’, in Structural Anthropology trans. by Monique Layton, 2 vols (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983), II , 1356.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Levine, Lawrence W., Black Culture and Black Consciousness: Afro-American Thought from Slavery to Freedom (New York: Oxford University Press, 1977), pp.30-80 6.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Lichman, Simon, ‘Now, That’s a Job to Answer, you’ll have to work that out from what I’ve already told you . . .’ Marshfield Paper Boys’ Mumming Tradition (1980) 1.2 (1980) 11 (sum)
Lichman, Simon, ‘The Gardener’s Story and What Came Next: A Contextual Analysis of the Marshfield Paper Boys’ Mumming Play’ (unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1981)3.6 (1983) 47 (sum)5.3 (1985) 28 (cit)
Lichman, Simon, ‘The Gardener's Story: The Metafolklore of a Mumming Tradition’, Folklore, 93.1 (1982), 105-11 2.5 (1982) 34 (rec)
Lindenbaum, Sheila, ‘Entertainment in English Monasteries’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Lindley, E. S., Wotton under Edge (London: Museum Press, 1962) pp.108-92.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
‘Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis’, in The Works of Sir David Lindsay of the Mount 1490-1555, ed. by Douglas Hamer, Scottish Text Society (Edinburgh & London: 1933), II, Proclamatious maid in cowpar of ffyffe, & IV (1936), 1664.1 (1984) 2 (cit)
Locke, Alain, The New Negro (New York: Atheneum Press, 1968), pp.156, 1686.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Long, G., ‘Christmas Mummers’, The Observer, 11 Jan. 1931, p.21cd2.4 (1982) 24 (sum)
Lovelace, Martin J., ‘Christmas Mumming in England: the House Visit’, in Folklore Studies in Honour of Herbert Halpert: A Festschrift, ed. K. S. Goldstein & N. V. Rosenberg (St John’s: Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1981) pp. 271-811.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Lowsley, Major B., A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases (London: Trübner, 1888), pp. 17-22 3.1 (1983) 4 (cit)
Lyle, Emily, ‘The Goloshans’, Tocher, 32 (1979), 107-1121.3 (1981) 21 (rec)
Lyle, Emily, ‘Galoshins: A New Year Play from Kippen’ Tocher, 36.7 (1982), 380-3 3.2 (1983) 12 (rec)
Lyle, Emily, The Place of ‘Langue’ and ‘Parole’ in Calendar Studies and a Look at the Twelve Days of Christmas4.1 (1984) 4 (sum)
Lyle, Emily B., ‘Some Recently Collected Reminiscences of Scottish Traditional Drama’, Traditional Drama Studies, 2 (1988), 19-297.3 (1989) 397.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Lyte, Sir H. Maxwell, and W. H. Stevenson, The Manuscripts of His Grace the Duke of Rutland K.G. (London: Historical Manuscripts Commission, 1905), IV, 281, 312-13, 321-2, 5445.2 (1985) 20 (cit)

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M., M. W., {Maisie W. Marshall}, ‘Folk Drama’, Nottingham Guardian, 9 Jan. 1926; cutting in Nottinghamshire County Library, Local History Collection, L39-39.95.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Mac-Lean, Sally Beth, ‘King Games and Robin Hood: Play and Profit at Kingston-upon- Thames’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Macdonald, Donald A., ‘Fieldwork: Collecting Oral Folklore’, in Folklore and Folklife, ed. by Richard M. Dorson (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972), pp. 407-304.2 (1984) 14 (cit)
MacDonogh, Steve, Green and Gold: The Wrenboys of Dingle (Dingle: Brandon, 1983)4.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
The Diary of Henry Machyn, ed. by John Gough Nichols, Camden Society 42 (London: 1848), pp. 247-85.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
MacLean, Sally-Beth, The Festivities of Hocktide: A New Look at the Evidence7.1 (1988) 13 (fco)
Macnamara, Margaret, St George and the Turkish Knight4.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Macray, W. D., Historical Manuscripts Commission Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections, I, The Records of Quarter Sessions in the County of Wilts (1901), p.1305.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
MacTaggart, John, The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia (1824; repr. Perthshire: Clunie Press, 1981), p.5025.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Madan, F., Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS, Eng.Poet.c.17)2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Marshall, Sybil, Fenland Chronicle (Cambridge University Press, 1967), p.2015.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Masefield, C. J. B., Manuscript, Stafford, William Salt Library, Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 31, p.2045.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Massingham, H. J., ‘Christmas Mummers’, The Observer, 4 Jan. 1931, p.7bc2.4 (1982) 23 (sum)7.2 (1989) 23 (cit)
Massingham, H. J., Saturday Review (December 1931)7.2 (1989) 23 (cit)
Massingham, H. J.,  Wold Without End (London: Cobden-Sanderson, 1932), pp.207-8 7.2 (1989) 238.1 (1991) 11 (cit)
McCaughan, Michael, ‘Christmas Rhymers in the Donaghadee Area’, Ulster Folklife, 14 (1968), 66-8 or 68-70 {citations differ}2.2 (1982) 155.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
McCormick, Margaret E., Collection; Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 29, p.79 5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
McCormick, Margaret E., ‘Newton-in-Furness Pace Egg Play’, English Dance and Song, 45.1 (1983), 20-13.2 (1983) 12 (rec)
McDonald, William, ‘Eudora Welty’s Revisions in the "Pageant of Birds"’, Notes from Mississippi Writers, (Spring 1977), pp.1-106.6 (1986) 52 (cit)
McKelvie, D., ‘Some Aspects of Oral and Material Tradition in an Industrial Urban Area’ (unpublished doctoral dissertation, Institute of Dialect and Folk Life Studies, University of Leeds, 1963)7.4 (1990) 56 (rec)
Melville, Annette, Special Collections in the Library of Congress: a Selective Guide (Washington: Library of Congress, 1980), p.573.2 (1983) 10 (sum)
Merchant, Paul, ‘Thomas Heywood's Hand in the Seven Champions of Christendom’, The Library, 5 ser., 38.3 (1978), 226-301.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Meredith, Peter (ed.), The Mary Play from the N. Town Manuscript (Harlow: Longman, 1988)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Meredith, Peter, ‘Original Staging Production of English Medieval Plays–Ideals, Evidence, and Practice’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Merrick, Lt Col. Wm, ‘Christmas Mummers’, The Observer, 4 Jan. 1931, p.7bc2.4 (1982) 23 (sum)
Miller, Bernard, ‘Hand Shadows’, Strand Magazine, 27.1 (1897), 625-326.4 (1986) 32 (cit)
Miller, Stephen, The Earliest Text of a Mumming Play (1832) From the Isle of Man 5.4 (1985) 32-6 (txt)
Millington, P. T., Collection, Nottinghamshire County Library, Local History Collection, qL39-qL39.9A2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Millington, Peter T., Manuscript, 18 & 25 Feb. 1971, in M. W. Barley collection5.2 (1985) 20 (cit)
Millington, Peter, and others, ‘Plays Collected by Nottingham Traditional Music Club's Research Group 1971 and 1972’, Nottinghamshire County Library, Local History Collection, qL39.9A5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Millington, P. T., ‘The Problems of Analysing Folk-Play Cast Lists Using Numerical Methods’, Traditional Drama Conference, 19784.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Millington, P. T., ‘The Origins of Plough Monday’, Abstract of paper presented to Traditional Drama Conference, Sheffield, October 19793.3 (1983) 15 (cit)
Millington, Peter (contact), Co-operative Indexing Scheme for Traditional Plays and Related Customs1.1 (1980) 3 (txt)
Millington, Peter, Graphs for Visualising the Structures of Folk Plays {& see his 2.4 (1982) 25-6}1.2 (1980) 8-10 (txt)
Millington, P. T., An Interim List of Nottinghamshire Folk Plays and Related Customs (Long Eaton: the author, 1980) 1.2 (1980) 12a (adv) 1.3 (1981) 21 (rec)
2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Millington, Peter, Report on the Folk Play Indexing Workshop, 24 Jan. 19811.3 (1981) 20 (txt)
Millington, P. T., M. W. Barley’s Classification of Plough Plays2.1 (1982) 5-7 (txt)
Millington, P. T., ‘"Playgraphs": A Computer Program to Aid the Plotting of Play Structures’ {& see his 1.2 (1980) 8-10}2.4 (1982) 25-6 (txt)
Millington, Peter, August Hartmann’s ‘Folk Plays Collected in Bavaria and Austro-Hungary’: A Summary4.1 (1984) 5-6 (txt)
Millington, Peter, A New Look at English Folk Play Costumes5.4 (1985) 38 (sum)
Millington, Peter, Possible Origin for the Name ‘Tipteers’ or ‘Tipteerers’6.6 (1986) 57-8 (txt)
Millington, Peter, ‘The Problems of Analysing Folk Play Cast Lists Using Numerical Methods’, Traditional Drama Studies, 2 (1988), 30-447.3 (1989) 39 7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Millington, Peter, Ou se trouve ce jeu de Mummers?7.3 (1989) 29-33 (txt)
Mishler, Craig, Of Mining and Mumming: Processional Drama in English Bay, Alaska, (1980)1.2 (1980) 11 (sum)
Mitchell, Loften, Voices of the Black Theatre (Clifton, NY: James T. White, 1975), pp.63, 706.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Møller, J. S., ‘Aarsfester fra Vaar til Høst in Danmark’ (Seasonal Festivals from Spring to Harvest in Denmark), in Aarets Højtider, ed. by M. p.Nisson (Stockholm: 1938), pp.113-423.3 (1983) 15 (cit)
Moore, A. W., The Folk-Lore of the Isle of Man (London: David Nutt; Douglas: Brown and Son, 1891), pp.128-31 5.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Morgan, Gareth, ‘Mummers and Momoeri’, FL, 100.1 (1989), 84-77.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Moser, Dietz-Rudiger, ‘Fastnacht und Fastnachtspiel: Bemerkungen zum Gegenwartigen Stand Volkskundlicher...’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense: Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Mosley, Sir Oswald, History of the Castle, Priory and Town of Tutbury, in the County of Stafford (Manchester: Simpkin & Marshall, 1832)2.5 (1982) 33 (cit)
Murray, R., ‘The Teviotdale Guizards’, Border Treasury of Things New and Old, 1.24 (2 Jan. 1875), 271-22.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Murray-Aynsley, Mme H. G. M., ‘De la survivance du drama chez le bas peuple en Angleterre’, Revue des Traditions Populaires, 4.12 (1889), 599-6127.3 (1989) 29-33 (cop)
Musgrave, Miss Frances, Surrey Archaeological Society Library, MS no. 170/22; Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 31, p.1405.2 (1985) 21 (cit)

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Nelson’s Column, ‘In Comes Little Devil Doubt’, Folk London (Dec/Jan. 1983/4)3.4 (1983) 24 (cop)4.5 (1984) 48 (cit)
Newall, Venitia, ‘The Turkish Knight in English Traditional Drama’, Folklore, 92.2 (1981), 196-202 2.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Nicoll, Allardyce, A History of English Drama 1660-1900, vol. VI, A Short Title Alphabetical Catalogue of Plays Produced or Printed in England from 1660-1900 (Cambridge: 1959)4.5 (1984) 51 (cit)
Nikola, Louis, Hand Shadows: The Complete Art of Shadowgraphy (London: Pearson, 1921)6.4 (1986) 32 (cit)
Nixon, M., ‘Toss Pot’s Great Day’, Dalesman (March 1985), 999-10007.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Norland, Howard B., ‘Folk Drama in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century England’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Nostrand, Jeane R., ‘Eudora Welty and the Children's Hour’, Mississippi Quarterly, 29 (Winter 1975/76), 109-1186.6 (1986) 52 (cit)
Nyman, Asa, ‘Mapping of Popular Beliefs, Legends and Calendar Customs: A Survey of the Atlas of Swedish Folk Culture II . . .’ , Arv, 35 (1979), 87-119 2.4 (1982) 28 (rec)

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O'Dubhgaill, Proinnsias, ‘The Parish of Glyn’, Ireland’s Own, 20 Mar. 1937, p. 95.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
O’Neill, Rosemary, ‘Irish Traditional Dance in the 20th Century’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Olsen, Michel, ‘Miracles de Nostre Dame par Personnages’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense: Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Omurethi, ‘Customs Peculiar to Certain Days . . .’, Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society, 5 (1906-8), 4522.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Ordish, T. F., ‘Folk Drama’, Folk-Lore, 2 (1891), 314 4.5 (1984) 48, 516.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Ordish, T. F., ‘English Folk Drama, II’, Folk-Lore, 4 (1893), 149 4.5 (1984) 48, 516.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Ordish, T. F., ‘English Folk Drama III’, London, Folklore Society, Ordish Collection, (c. 1911)4.5 (1984) 48 (cit)
Ormerod, George, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, 2nd ed. rev. and enlarged by Thomas Helsby (London: Routledge, 1882), p.lxxix note b2.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Ormerod, p.J., Collection, George Ormerod MS, (1788)2.5 (1982) 29 (cit)

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P., J. W., ‘The Mummers’, The Graphic (28 Dec. 1889), 7984.3 (1984) 29 (cop)
Pace, David, ‘Beyond Morphology: Levi-Strauss and the Analysis of Folktales’, in Cinderella: A Casebook, ed. by Alan Dundes (New York: Wildman Press, 1983) pp.245-57 6.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Paddick, F. I., ‘The Mummers’, The Rickmansworth Historian, no. 8 (Autumn 1964), pp. 175-844.6 (1984) 63 (cit)
Palmer, Roy, A. L. Lloyd and Industrial Song3.4 (1983) 28 (sum)
Palmer, William T., Byways in Lakeland (London: Hale, 1952), pp.77-97.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Paton, Cyril I., ‘Manx Calendar Customs, the Calendar: The Fourth Quarter, no. II’ Folk-Lore, 52.2 (1941), 120-35 5.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Pattison, Susan, ‘The Antrobus Soul-Caking Play’, (unpublished M.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1975)7.1 (1988) 9 (cit)7.2 (1989) 21 (rec)
Peacock, Sandra J., Jane Ellen Harrison: The Mask and the Self (London: Yale University Press, 1989)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Pearce, T. M., ‘The New Mexican Shepherd's Play’, in Perspectives in Mexican-American Studies no. 1, ed. by Juan R. Garcia & Ignacio Garcia (University of Arizona Press, 1989), pp. 17-32 (reprinted from Western Folklore 15 (1956)7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Pegge, Samuel, Two Collections of Derbicisms, ed. by Professor Skeate and Thomas Hallam, English Dialect Society, (London: Henry Frowde, 1896), p.1035.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Percy, Thomas, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry (London: J. Dodsley, 1765)6.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Percy, Thomas, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1885)6.3 (1986) 22 (cit)
Perry, Richard, A Naturalist on Lindisfarne (London: Lindsay Drummond, 1946), pp.55-62.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Pertold, Otaker, Ceremonial Dances of the Sinhalese (Sri Lanka: Tisara Prakasakayo, 1985)5.6 (1985) 61 (rec)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘The Folk-Play in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus’, Folklore, 91, (1980) 72-7 1.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘English Folk Drama in the Eighteenth Century: A Defense of the Revesby Sword Play’, Comparative Drama, 15 (1981), 3-291.5 (1981) 30 (rec)
Pettitt, Tom, ‘Ritual and Vaudeville: The Dramaturgy of the English Folk Plays’, summary of paper {to be read} at the Traditional Drama Conference 19811.6 (1981) 40 (sum)
Pettitt, Tom, ‘Ritual and Vaudeville: The Dramaturgy of the English Folk Plays’, (paper delivered at the Traditional Drama 1981 Conference, University of Sheffield), Pre Publications of the English Institute of Odense University, No. 19 (Odense: English Institute, 1981) 2.1 (1982) 7 (rec) 3.3 (1983) 15 (cit)
Pettitt, Thomas, Mummers in Leeds, 17131.5 (1981) 27 (txt)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘English Folk Drama and the Early German Fastnachtspiele’, in Leonard Barkan (ed.) Renaissance Drama, n.s. 13 (1982) 1.6 (1981) 38 (fco) 3.2 (1983) 12 (rec)
Pettitt, Tom, Animal Disguise in Monmouthshire2.1 (1982) 4-5 (txt)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘Early English Traditional Drama: Approaches and Perspective’, in Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, ed. D. M. Bergeron, 25 (1982), 1-30 3.2 (1983) 12 (rec)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘Review of David Wiles "The Early Plays of Robin Hood" (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1981)’, Folk Music Journal, 4.4 (1983), 421-43.4 (1983) 30 (rec)
Pettitt, Tom, The Danish Folk Play of the Three Kings and the Star3.3 (1983) 13-16 (txt)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘Here Come I, Jack Straw: English Folk Drama and Social Revolt’, Folklore, 95.1 (1984), 3-20 4.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘Tudor Interludes and the Winter Revels’, Medieval English Theatre, 6.1 (1984), 16-275.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Pettitt, Tom, An Early Tup?4.1 (1984) 1-2 (txt)
Pettitt, Thomas, Dramaturgical Formulas in the English Folk Play5.4 (1985) 38 (sum)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘Approaches to Folk Drama’, Edam Newsletter, 7.2 (1985) 23-75.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Pettitt, Thomas, The Early English Mummers’ Play: A Contextual Reconstruction, (Pre-Publication of the English Dept. of Odense University, no. 31, 1985)5.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Pettitt, Tom, Traditional Drama and Theatre History: Some Recent and Forthcoming Events 6.4 (1986) 33 (txt)
Pettitt, Thomas, Review, Craig Fees, ‘Christmas Mumming in a North Cotswold Town . . .’ (PhD dissertation, University of Leeds, 1988)7.3 (1989) 46-8 (rev)
Pettitt, Tom, Customary Drama: Towards a Contextual Typology7.4 (1990) 49-56 (txt)
Pettitt, Thomas, ‘Ritual and Vaudeville: The Dramaturgy of the English Folk Plays’, Traditional Drama Studies, 2 (1988) 45-687.3 (1989) 397.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Pickard-Cambridge, Arthur W., The Dramatic Festivals of Athens, 2nd edn (Oxford: O.U.P., 1988)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Piggott, Stuart, ‘Mummers’ Plays from Berkshire, Derbyshire, Cumberland, and Isle of Man’, Folk-Lore, 40.2 (1929), 262-77 5.4 (1985) 33 (cit)
Piggott, Stuart, Collection {missing}5.5 (1985) 52 (cit)
Plunkett, Mervyn, Collection5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Plunkett, Mervyn, ‘The Sutton-at-Hone Mummers’ Play’, Ethnic, No.1 (Jan. 1959), 18-195.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Plunkett, Mervyn, Letter to Alex Helm, 13 May 19597.1 (1988) 12-13 (cop)
Plunkett, Mervyn, Letter to Alex Helm, 24 May 19596.1 (1986) 47.1 (1988) 13 (cit)
Plunkett, Mervyn (recorder), The West Marden Tip-Teering7.1 (1988) 9-13 (txt)
Pocius, Gerald L., ‘The Mummers Song in Newfoundland: Inellectuals, Revivalists and Cultural Nativism’, Newfoundland Studies, 4.1 (1988), 57-857.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Polwhele, R., The History of Cornwall (London: Cadell and Davies, 1803), III, 555.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Popkin, Zelda F., ‘Heaven Bound: An Authentic Negro Folk Drama Out of the Old Savannah’, Theatre Guild Magazine, 8 Aug. 1931, pp.14-176.6 (1986) 48 (cit)
Porter, Jane, Sir Edw. Seaward’s Narrative of His Shipwreck, 2nd edn (London: Longman, 1841), II, 1085.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Porter, Roy, ‘Before the Fringe: Quack Medicine in Georgian England’, History Today, (Nov. 1986), 16-226.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Porter, Roy, ‘The Language of Quackery in England, 1660-1800’, in The Social History of Language, ed. by Peter Burke & Roy Porter (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Portillo, Rafael, Medieval Spanish Drama: Present Knowledge and Future Prospects 5.4 (1985) 38 (sum)
Potter, Louisa, Lancashire Memories (Macmillan, 1879), pp.80-14.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Powdermaker, Hortense, After Freedom: A Cultural Study of the Deep South (New York: Russell & Russell, 1939), pp.283-46.6 (1986) 52 (cit)
Preston, M. J., ‘The Saint George Play Tradition: Solutions to Some Textual Problems’ (unpublished M. A. thesis, Department of English, University of Colorado, 1972)3.5 (1983) 33 (cit)
Preston, Michael, ‘The British Folk Plays and Thomas Hardy: A Computer-Aided Study’, Southern Folklore Quarterly, 40 (1977), 159-82 1.6 (1981) 38 (rec) 3.3 (1983) 18 (cit)
Preston, Michael J. (ed.) The Revesby Sword Play: An Eighteenth-Century Folk Play Adaptation1.6 (1981) 37 (adv)
Preston, Michael J., A Key to the KWIC Concordance of British Folk Play Texts3.5 (1983) 31-40 (txt)
Preston, Michael, and Paul Smith, ‘Two Quack Doctor Songs and Traditonal Drama in England’, in Thomas A. Green & Paul Smith, Folk Drama5.1 (1985) 2 (fco)
Preston, M. J., M. G. Smith and P.S. Smith, An Interim Checklist of Chapbooks Containing Traditional Play Texts (Newcastle {upon Tyne}: History of the Book Trade in the North, 1976) 2.6 (1982) 46 (cit) 3.3 (1983) 19 (adv)
3.6 (1983) 48 (cit)
Preston, M. J., M. G. Smith & p.S. Smith, ‘S.L.F. Research Project 1: A Classification of Chapbooks containing Traditional Play Texts: Interim Report’, Lore and Language, 2.4 (1976) 5-71.6 (1981) 36 (cit)
Preston, M. J., M. G. Smith & p.S. Smith, Chapbooks and Traditional Drama: Part II Christmas Rhyme Books (Sheffield: Centre for English Cultural Tradition and Language, University of Sheffield) (early 1981)1.1 (1980) 6 (fco)
Preston, Michael J., and Jean D. Pfleiderer, A KWIC Concordance to the Plays of the Wakefield Masters (New York: Garland Publishing, 1982)3.5 (1983) 33 (cit)
[Prior, C. E.,] ‘The Mummers' Play at Charlton’, North Oxfordshire Archaeological Society Report for the Year 1903, (Banbury: printed by William Potts, 1904), pp.29-31 2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Pritchard, V., English Medieval Graffiti (Cambridge University Press, 1967), pp.13-14, 186.2 (1986) 7 (cit)
Proschan, Frank, ‘Puppet Voices and Interlocutors: Language in Folk Puppetry’, Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981), 527-552.1 (1982) 7 (rec)
Puchner, Walter, ‘Die Thrakische Karnevalsszene und die Ursprungstheorien zum Altgriechischen Drama: Ein Beitrag zur Wissenschaftsgeschichtlichen Rezeptionsforschung’, Balkan Studies, 24.1 (1983) 107-227.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Pulbrook, Ernest C., English Country Life and Work (1922)1.1 (1980) 5 (cit)

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Race, Sidney, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Library, Local History Collection, qL39-qL40 2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
R., S., {Sidney Race}, S., ‘Plough Monday and the Mummers' Play’, Nottingham Guardian, 18 Jan. 1947, cutting in Race collection5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Rael, Juan B., The Sources and Diffusion of the Mexican Shepherds’ Plays (Guadalajara: Libreria la Joyita, 1965)7.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
‘Rambler’, ‘Strange Rural Customs: Rollicking Plough Boys’, Hull and Lincolnshire Times, 20 Jan. 1934, p.105.3 (1985) 25-6 (cop)
Ratcliffe, Thomas, Manuscript, 1915 (property of Anne Cockburn)5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Rayfield, Rudd, ‘Mumming in Minnesota’ [A Report on the First Minnesota Sword Dance and Mumming Ale–January 1984], Morris Matters, 7.3 (1985), 65.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Renwick, Roger deV., ‘The Mummers’ Play and the "Old Wives Tale"’, Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981), 433-552.1 (1982) 7 (rec)6.5 (1986) 38 (cit)
Renwick, Roger deV., ‘Review of Margaret R. Robertson, "The Newfoundland Mummers’ Christmas House Visit" (Ottowa: National Museum of Canada, 1984)’, Journal of American Folklore, (1986) 485-76.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Richards, Deborah Bowman, ‘A Bibliographic Essay on Afro-American Folk Drama’, Ohio Folklife, n.s. 6 (1979-81), 37-556.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Richards, Deborah Bowman, Bibliographic Essay on Afro-American Folk Drama (reprinted from Ohio Folklife, n.s. 6 (1979/81), 37-55)6.6 (1986) 46-55 (txt)
Richards, Deborah Bowman, and Thomas E. Barden, The Old Ship of Zion, American Folklore Society Annual Meeting (31 July 1977)6.6 (1986) 50, 55 (cit)
Richards, Sam, Correspondence {look at a wider range of performances called ‘drama’} 3.1 (1983) 5 (txt) 4.1 (1984) 4 (cop)
4.5 (1984) 48 (cit) 6.4 (1986) 23, 32 (sum)
6.4 (1986) 48 (cit)
Richardson, Christine, An Examination of the Relation Between the Shepherds Play and the Disruptive Figure of The Medieval Folk Drama7.1 (1988) 13 (fco)
Ridden, G. M., ‘The Goathland Sword-Dance’,  (unpublished B.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1969)7.2 (1989) 21 (cit)
Rigg, J. Edward, ‘Traditional Drama and Related Customs’, Buzz (Winter 1983), 43.4 (1983) 30 (rec)
Roberts, John Storm (recorded by), Caribbean Island Music: Songs and Dances of Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica, recorded in the Islands (Explorer Series H-72042 (stereo) (New York: Nonesuch Records), side 2-track 9, ‘Mummies’4.2 (1984) 23  (sum)
Robertson, Margaret, ‘The Symbolism of Christmas Mummering in Newfoundland’, Folklore, 93.2 (1982), 176-80 2.5 (1982) 34 (rec)
Robertson, Margaret M., The Newfoundland Mummers’ Christmas House-Visit, Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Studies Paper No. 49 (Ottowa: National Museum of Man, 1984)5.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Robson, Peter, Thomas Hardy’s ‘Play of St George’3.3 (1983) 18 (sum)
Robson, Peter, ‘Calendar Customs in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Dorset: Form, Function and Patterns of Change’ (unpublished MPhil dissertation, Dept. of English Language, University of Sheffield, 1988)7.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Robson, Peter, ‘Roomer Reviewed’, Folk Music Journal, 5.4 (1988) 510-127.1 (1988) 15-16 (cop)
Rogers, Mary, A Prospect of Erne (Belfast: Fermanagh Field Club, 1967), pp.231-2, 238-435.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Rogers, Mary, ‘Tromogagh Mummers’ Play, County Fermanagh’, Ulster Folklife, 13 (1967), 81-45.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Rogers, Mary, ‘Tromogagh Mummers’ Play’, Impartial Reporter and Farmers’ Journal, 2 Jan. 1969, [n.p.n.] d-f, cutting in Ulster Folk Museum Archive5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Rogers, Norman, ‘The Shrewton Mummers' Play’, Wiltshire Folklife, 18 (1989), 3-97.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Rohrberger, Mary, and Dorothy H. Petty, ‘The English Folk Hero and Elizabethan Tragedy’, Journal of Popular Culture, 9.3 (1975), 629-373.4 (1983) 30 (rec)
Roud, Steve, Photographs {request to trace them}, 1.1 (1980) 5 (que)
Roud, Steve, Forum on Aspects of Traditional Drama Research1.2 (1980) 12 (cit)
Roud, Stephen (collector), Bembridge, Isle of Wight (letter of 1977)5.5 (1985) 51 (txt)
Roud, Stephen, Mumming Plays in Berkshire (Andover: the author, 1980)1.3 (1981) 21 (rec)3.1 (1983) 3 (cit)
Roud, Steve, Mumming Play from Preston Candover, Hants.1.3 (1981) 13-19 (txt)
Roud, Steve, Mumming Plays in the Isle of Wight: A Preliminary Checklist [n.d.]1.3 (1981) 20 (rec)
Roud, Steve, Andover Mummers1.5 (1981) 29 (txt)
Roud, Steve, The North Waltham Mummers1.6 (1981) 31-2 (txt)
Roud, Steve, ‘Review of Alex Helm, "The English Mummers' Play"’, English Dance and Song, 43.3 (1981), 242.1 (1982) 8 (rec)
Roud, Steve, Mummers in Bedfordshire2.1 (1982) 4 (txt)
Roud, Steve, People Vs Places2.3 (1982) 17-18 (txt)
Roud, Steve, The Work of the Traditional Drama Research Group2.6 (1982) 46 (sum)
Roud, Steve, ‘Mummers at Vernham Dean, Hampshire’, Downs Miscellany, 1.1 (1983), 8-163.2 (1983) 12 (rec)
Roud, Stephen, Mumming Plays in Oxfordshire: An Interim Checklist (Sheffield: Traditional Drama Research Group, 1984)6.5 (1986) 417.3 (1989) 43 (cit)
Roud, Steve, Traditional Drama Studies: A Critical Discussion4.1 (1984) 4 (sum)
Roud, Steve, The Quack Doctor and the Cheap Jack 5.1 (1985) 1-2 (txt) 5.3 (1985) 29 (cit)
Roud, Steve, The Future of Roomer6.6 (1986) 45 (txt)
Roud, Steve, Tiddy to Ordish; {letters from Tiddy}7.3 (1989) 40-3 (txt)
Roud, Steve, Mumming in the Courts8.1 (1991) 4 (txt)
Roud, Steve, and Craig Fees, Notes on a Quest for Dragons4.6 (1984) 61-4 (txt)
Roud, Steve, and Paul Marsh, Collection4.6 (1984) 63-4 (cit)
Roud, Stephen & Paul Marsh, Collection, Tape FC 24 (16 Oct. 1977 and 8 Jan. 1979)6.1 (1986) 3-4 (sum)
Roud, Stephen, and Paul Marsh, Mumming Plays in Hampshire: A List of Known Hampshire Plays and Sources, 7th edition, xerox copy (1980)1.1 (1980) 6 (rec)2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Ruddock, Elizabeth, ‘May-Day Songs and Celebrations in Leicestershire and Rutland’, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, 40 (1964-5), 845.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Russell, Lady [Constance], Swallowfield and its Owners (Longmans Green, 1901), pp. 335-74.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Russell, Ian, ‘”Here Comes Me and Our Old Lass, Short of Money and Short of Brass”: A Survey of Traditional Drama in North East Derbyshire 1970-8’, Folk Music Journal, 3.5 (1979), 399-4781.1 (1980) 6 (rec)1.6 (1981) 35 (cit)
Russell, Ian, ‘ ’Appy New Year’, English Dance and Song, 43.4 (1981), 162.1 (1982) 8 (rec)
Russell, Ian, ‘In Comes I, Brut King: Tradition and Modernity in the Drama of the Jacksdale Bullguisers’, Journal of American Folklore, 94 (1981), 456-85 2.1 (1982) 7 (rec) 2.3 (1982) 22 (adv)
Russell, Ian, ‘A Discussion of Work in Progress at Winster in Derbyshire’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Russell, Rex, Collection2.2 (1982) 15 (cit)
Russell, W. M. S., ‘Precursors of Mummers in Ancient Sparta?’, Folklore, 100.2 (1989), 247-8 7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)

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S., ‘Christmas Eve in Devonshire’, Illustrated London News (21 Dec. 1850), 498c, 499a, & 5006.3 (1986) 14-15 (cop)
S., W., The Gentleman’s Magazine (June 1830), p.5054.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Saint, David, Campfire Stunts (Sutton, Surrey: Printforce, 1986)6.4 (1986) 32 (sum)
Saltzman, Rachelle H., The 1926 General Strike: An Upper Class Festival of Rebellion5.4 (1985) 38 (sum)
Samuel, Raphael, Ewan MacColl, & Stuart Cosgrove, Theatres of the Left 1880-1935: Workers’ Theatre Movements in Britain and America, History Workshop Series (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985)5.5 (1985) 41 (rec)
Samuelson, Sue (ed.), Twenty Years of the Department of Folklore and Folklife at the University of Pennsylvania: A Dissertation Profile, Occasional Publications in Folklore and Folklife, No. 1 (Pennsylvania University Dept. of Folklore, 1983)3.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Sandys, William, Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern (London: Richard Beckley, 1833), pp. xvii, 174-8 4.5 (1984) 50-1, 63 4.6 (1984) 63 (cit)
Sandys, William, Christmastide: Its History, Festivities and Carols (1852)3.4 (1983) 23, 24 (sum)
Sargent, Maud E., ‘Old Christmas Pastimes’, Ireland’s Own, 29.2.1942, p.452; {Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 27, p.146; the ambiguous date here is as typed by Helm in the Index. 1942 was not a leap year.} 5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Sawyer, Frederick E., Sussex "Tipteerers’" Play’, Folk-Lore Journal, 2 (1884), 1-86.1 (1986) 3 (cit)
Schmidt, August F., ‘Helligtrekongersangere i Danmark’ (Three Holy Kings Singers in Denmark), Arv, 4 (1948), 50-1263.3 (1983) 15 (cit)
Schmidt, L., Das Deutsche Volkschauspiel: ein Handbuch (Berlin: Erich Schmidt, 1962)4.1 (1984) 6 (cit)
Schmidt, Leopold, Le Théatre Populaire Européen (Paris: G. p.Maisonneuve et Larose, 1965)3.3 (1983) 164.1 (1984) 6 (cit)
Schofield, Derek, Staffordshire {Appeal for Everett & Salt MSS}1.1 (1980) 5 (que)
Schofield, Derek, The Observer {enquiry about letters by J. p.Fletcher}1.3 (1981) 22 (que)
Schofield, J. D., Collection: letters & recorded tapes (1981-2)2.5 (1982) 33-4 (cit)
Schofield, Derek, ‘John Fletcher and The Observer2.4 (1982) 23-5 (txt)7.2 (1989) 26 (cit)
Schofield, Derek, Guisers in Tutbury, Staffordshire2.5 (1982) 30-4 (txt)
Schofield, Derek, Mummers at Hamstall Ridware, Staffs.3.2 (1983) 7-9 (txt)
Schofield, Derek, Key to the KWIK Concordance {corrections to Roomer 3.5, 37-8}4.1 (1984) 10 (txt)
Schofield, Derek, ‘The Mummers’, Music and Musicians International, 38.4 (1989), 13-157.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Scott, M., Private communication to Carl Willetts [n.d.]5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Scott, Walter, Marmion (London: 1809)4.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Sharp, Cecil, ‘Dance Notes’, London, Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, pp.93-48.1 (1991) 10 (cop)
Sharp, Nina, letter to Folklore Record, 3 (1880), 1144.6 (1984) 63 (cit)
Sharp, R. J., Manuscript in Everard L. Guilford collection, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Record Office, M9915/13 & 205.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Sharp, R. J., Manuscripts, London, Folklore Society and Vaughan Williams Memorial Libraries4.1 (1984) 9 (cit)
Sharp, R. J., ‘Christmas Mummers’, The Observer, 4 Jan. 1931, p.7bc2.4 (1982) 23 (sum)
Sharp, Thomas, A Dissertation on the Pageants or Dramatic Mysteries Anciently Performed at Coventry (London: 1825)4.5 (1984) 45 (cit)
Shelby, Gertrude M., ‘"Heaven Bound Soldiers": A Negro "Green Pastures"’, Theatre Arts Monthly, October 1931, pp.855-616.6 (1986) 48 (cit)
Shepard, Leslie, Introduction, (A Personal Impression of A. L. Lloyd)3.4 (1983) 28 (sum)
Sheppard, Thomas, Evolution of the Drama in Hull and District (Hull: A. Brown, 1927), pp.1-35.6 (1985) 62 (sum)
Shipside, Tom, I Lived in a Village (Nottingham: privately printed for the Woolston Book Co., [1956]), pp.40-15.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Shoemaker, Alfred L., ‘Christmas Mummers’, Christmas in Pennsylvania: A Folk Cultural Study, 2nd printing, (Kutztown: Pennsylvania Folklife Society, 1959), pp.21-3 5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Shuttleworth, Ron, correspondence5.3 (1985) 29 (txt)
Sider, Gerald M., Mumming in Outport Newfoundland (Toronto: New Hogtown Press, 1977), (reprinted from Past and Present, 71 (1976), 102-25)1.5 (1981) 30 (rec)
Siks, Geraldine Brain, Creative Dramatics: An Art for Children (Harper and Row, 1958)4.2 (1984) 14 (cit)
Simms, Norman, ‘Ned Ludd's Mummers’ Play’, Folklore, 89 (1978), 166-178 1.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Skinner, Margaret, ‘Folklore of Worsley: A Miscellaneous Collection of Traditions and Belief from the Area of Worsley, Salford’, (unpublished B.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1975)7.2 (1989) 22 (cit)
Slight, Henry,  Christmas: His Pageant or Mysterie, of "St George" . . .  (Portsmouth: printed by D. B. Price, signed December 1st 1836)4.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Slight, Henry, ‘Christmas’, Archaeologist & Journal of Antiquarian Science, nos 1-10 (1842), 176-834.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Slotkin, J. S. (ed.), Readings in Early Anthropology (London: 1965)4.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Small, Julia, The Hooden Horse (Deal: the author, 1975)1.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Smith, Alan, ‘A West Kent Christmas Mummers Play’, Kent County Journal, 7.4 (1947), 97-85.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Smith, Charles Manby, Curiosities of London Life (London: W. & F. G. Cash, 1853), (this passage first published anonymously as ‘Music Grinders of the Metropolis’, Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, 17 (1851), 196-201)6.1 (1986) 4-5 (cop)
Smith, Ed, ‘Mummering: The Second Reason for Christmas’, Evening Telegram, [St John’s, Newfoundland], 3 Jan. 19876.5 (1986) 41-2 (cop)
Smith, G., ‘Chapbook Sources of British Traditional Drama: The Mummers' Play as Popular Culture’, Paper Presented at the Conference on Popular Drama and Film, University of Kent, (1977)2.6 (1982) 44 (cit)
Smith, Georgina, Chapbook Sources of British Traditional Drama: The Mummers’ Play as Popular Culture, Folklore Preprint Series 6.6 (Indiana: Folklore Publications Group, 1978)1.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Smith, Georgina, ‘Review of “Ritual Animal Disguise . . .”, by E. C. Cawte’, Journal of American Folklore, 93 (1980), 492-41.6 (1981) 38 (rec)
Smith, Georgina, ‘Chapbooks and Traditional Plays: Communication and Performance’, Folklore, 92.2 (1981), 208-18 2.1 (1982) 8 (rec) 2.6 (1982) 44 (cit)
Smith, Paul (ed.), Traditional Drama 1978 and Traditional Drama 1979 (Sheffield: Centre for English Cultural Tradition and Language, University of Sheffield) (expected 1981)1.1 (1980) 6 (fco)
Smith, Paul (contact), Traditional Drama 1981 {call for papers}1.1 (1980) 3 (txt)
Smith, Paul, The Plouboys or Modes Dancers at Revesby: A Facsimile of an Earlier Manuscript . . . (Sheffield: Centre for English Cultural Tradition and Language, University of Sheffield), (early 1981)1.1 (1980) 6 (fco)
Smith, Paul,  An Interim Directory of Researchers Specialist Interests (Part I)1.5 (1981) 28 (txt)
Smith, Paul, The Old Tup and the Old Horse1.6 (1981) 32-6 (txt)
Smith, Paul, The Morris Ring Archives {list of photographs}1.6 (1981) 37 (txt)
Smith, Paul, That Damned Revesby Play: A Study in Contradiction1.6 (1981) 40 (sum)
Smith, Paul, ‘Review of David Bradby & others, "Performance and Politics in Popular Drama: Aspects of Popular Entertainment in Theatre, Film and Television 1800-1976"’, Folk Music Journal, 4.2 (1981), 178-92.1 (1982) 8 (rec)
Smith, Paul, Documenting Traditional Drama–Part I2.1 (1982) 1-4 (txt)
Smith, Paul, Traditional Drama–Some Underlying Promises2.6 (1982) 46 (sum)
Smith, Paul, Documenting Traditional Drama–II3.6 (1983) 43-6 (txt)
Smith, Paul, Documenting Traditional Drama III4.6 (1984) 56 (txt)
Smith, Paul, Biographical Data, CECTAL Research Guide No. 4 (Sheffield: CECTAL Publications, forthcoming)4.1 (1984) 7 (fco)
Smith, Paul, ‘The Problems of Analysis of Traditional Play Texts: A Taxonomic Approach’, Traditional Drama Studies, 1 (1985)6.1 (1986) 3 (sum)
Smith, Paul, ‘Variation in the Manner of Adoption of Cultural Traditions: A Conceptual Framework and Application’ (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Sheffield, 1985)7.1 (1988) 9 (cit)
Smith, Paul, For O! For O! The Hobby Horse is Not Forgot6.2 (1986) 7-8 (txt)
Smith, Paul, Out of Darkness6.4 (1986) 23-32 (txt)
Smith, Paul and Georgina, ‘The Plouboys or Modes Dancers at Revesby’, English Dance and Song, 42.1 (1980), 7-91.1 (1980) 6 (rec)
Smith, Paul, and Liza Warner, The Quack Doctor: Some Aspects–an Informal Discussion1.2 (1980) 12 (cit)
Smith, Paul and J. D. A. Widdowson, ‘Traditional Drama Studies’: A New Journal6.1 (1986) 1-3 (txt)
Smith, Robert J., The Art of the Festival, Publications in Anthropology, 6 (Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1975), p.1316.6 (1986) 55 (cit)
Spratley, Philip, Mid East Mumming (London: EFDSS, 1977)5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
St Johnson, S. A., Manuscript, 18 Jan. 1939, Haslemere Museum, Copy in University College London, Library, Helm Collection, vol. 30, p.1605.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Starr, Frederick, ‘Popular Celebrations in Mexico’, Journal of American Folklore, 9 (1896), 161-9 7.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Stead, Poets Christmas4.1 (1984) 9 (cit)
Stevens, Martin, ‘The York Cycle as Carnival’6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Stevenson, Peter, ‘Folk Drama and the Chapbook: A Study of the Folk Play in Greater Manchester’ (unpublished M.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1976)7.2 (1989) 22 (cit)
Stevenson, Peter, The Edwards and Bryning Chapbook2.6 (1982) 46 (sum)
Stevenson, Peter, ’The Peace Egg, or, St George: An Easter Play’, An Original Chapbook from Edwards and Bryning with a Brief History (1982)3.1 (1983) 4 (adv)
Stevenson, P., and G. Buckley, ‘The Chapbook and the Pace Egg Play in Rochdale’, Traditional Drama Studies, 1 (1985)6.1 (1986) 2 (sum)
Stokes, James, ‘The Rector Versus the Dancer: New Evidence of a 17th Century Hobby Horse Entertainment in West Somerset’, English Dance and Song, 50.3 (1988), 2-37.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Stowell, Bonnie, ‘Folk Drama Scholarship in the United States: A Survey’, Folklore Annual, 2 (1970), p.616.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Stumpfl, R., Kultspiele der Germanen als Ursprung des Mittelalterichen Dramas (Berlin: 1936), ch. V3.3 (1983) 16 (cit)
Sugg, Redding S. Jr, ‘Heaven Bound’, Southern Folklore Quarterly, 27 (1963), 249-66 6.6 (1986) 49 (cit)
Sughrue, Cynthia, ‘Some Thoughts on the "Tradition" Versus "Revival" Debate’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 40 (rec)
Swan, Nigel T., ‘The Pace-Egg Play in the Upper Calder Valley’ (unpublished M.A. thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, 1975)7.2 (1989) 22 (cit)
Swiderski, Richard M., Voices: An Anthropologist’s Dialogue With an Italian-American Festival (London, Ont: Centre for Social & Humanistic Studies, 1986)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Swift, Eric, Collection {present whereabouts of this part unknown}2.2 (1982) 16 (cit)
Switton, Margaret Louise, Music and Literature in the Middle Ages: An Annotated Bibliography, Garland Medieval Bibliographies 4 (Garland, 1990)7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Szwed, John F., ‘Mumming as a Ritual of Social Relations’, in Christmas Mumming in Newfoundland, ed. by Herbert Halpert & G. M. Story (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969), p.1177.3 (1989) 38 (cit)

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Taft, Michael, Blues Lyric Poetry: An Anthology (New York: Garland Publishing, 1982)3.5 (1983) 33 (cit)
Taft, Michael, Blues Lyric Poetry: A Concordance (forthcoming)3.5 (1983) 33 (cit)
Tedlock, Dennis, ‘On the Translation of Style in Oral Narrative’, Journal of American Folklore, 84 (1971), 114-336.6 (1986) 55 (cit)
Tems, Mick, ‘A Welsh Christmas’, English Dance and Song, 43.4 (1981), 18-202.1 (1982) 8 (rec)
Tennant, Pamela, Village Notes (Heinemann, 1900), pp.191-74.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Tennant, Pamela, incomplete letter to Mrs Eden, London, Folklore Society, Ordish Collection4.6 (1984) 64 (cit)
Thompson, C. J. S., The Quacks of Old London (London: 1928)4.5 (1984) 49 (cit)
Thompson, Paul, Collection5.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Thorndike, Russell, Sybil Thorndike, 2nd ed. (London: Rockliff, 1950), p.325.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Tiddy, R. J. E., The Mummers’ Play (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1923) 4.1 (1984) 5, 6 4.5 (1984) 48
4.6 (1984)  63-4 5.5 (1985) 47
7.3 (1989) 43 (cit)
Tinsley, W. H., Manuscript, Jan. 1975, Lincoln, Lincolnshire Record Office, MCD9245.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Tooley, Sarah H., ‘Old Christmas Customs in the Counties’, English Illustrated Magazine, n.s. 30 (1930), 2695.2 (1985) 21 (cit)
Torp, Lisbet, ‘European Chain and Round Dances: A Comparative Study’, Dance Studies, 10 (1986), 13-486.6 (1986) 60 (rec)
Townsend, A. D., ‘Cecil Sharp as Collector and Editor of Traditional Dance’, Traditional Dance, 5/6 (1988), Proceedings of the 5th and 6th Traditional Dance Conferences, Crewe, 1985 & 19867.3 (1989) 39 (rec)
Toyne, W., ‘A Farm Worker's Memories’ Lincolnshire Magazine, 2.11 (1936), 3555.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Train, Joseph, An Historical and Statistical Account of the Isle of Man, 2 vols (Douglas: Mary A. Quiggin); {a reprint, see this citation for the complicated publishing history}5.4 (1985) 32 (cit)
Trewey, [Felicien], The Art of Shadowgraphy: How it is Done (London: Jordison & Co., [n.d.]), pp. 4-166.4 (1986) 32 (cit)
Tucker, H. M., My Gower (Neath: Rowlands & Co., [1957]), pp.122-45.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Turner, Mary Vane, The Story of Deddington (Brackley: J. Smart, 1933), pp.71-22.2 (1982) 16 (cit)
Turner, Victor, The Ritual Process: Structure and Antistructure (Chicago: Aldine Press, 1969), pp. 102, 131-65, 1676.6 (1986) 557.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Turner, Victor W., The Forest of Symbols (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1977), p.98 7.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Twycross, Meg, ‘My Visor is Philemon's Roof’ [on mediaeval and court mummings]6.4 (1986) 33 (cit)
Tydeman, William, English Medieval Theatre 1400-1500 (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1986)6.4 (1986) 34 (rec)
Tydeman, William, ‘Satyric Strategies in the English Cycle Plays’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense: Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Tylor, Paul 1, ‘Review of Alex Helm, "The English Mummers Play" (D. S. Brewer for the Folklore Society, 1981), and Gail Kligman, "Kalus: Symbolic Transformation in Rumanian Ritual" (University of Chicago Press, 1981)’, Folklore Forum, 15.1 (1982), 89-932.5 (1982) 34 (rec)

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Underhill, Charles Hayward, History of Tutbury and Rolleston (Burton-upon-Trent: Tresises, [n.d.])2.5 (1982) 33 (cit)
Unwin, T. Fisher, Letter to T. F. Ordish, 3 Feb. 1914, London, Folklore Society, Ordish MSS Box 6, bound photocopies VI, f.464.1 (1984) 9 (sum)

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Van Duk, Hans, ‘"Lanseloet van Denemerken", one of the "Abele Spelen" in the Hulthem Manuscript’, in Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages: A Symposium, ed. by Flemming G. Andersen, Julia McGrew, Tom Pettitt & Reinhold Schroder (Odense: Odense University Press)7.1 (1988) 14 (rec)
Van Gennep, Arnold, The Rites of Passage (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1975), p.117.3 (1989) 38 (cit)
Vlach, John Michael, The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts (Cleveland: Great Lakes Lithographic Co., 1978), pp.2-56.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Voigt, Maureen F., A Structural Analysis of an Irish Mumming Play 6.5 (1986) 35-9 (txt)

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Wace, A. J. B., ‘North Greek Festivals and the Worship of Dionysos’, Annual of the British School at Athens, (1909)4.5 (1984) 48 (cit)
Wace, A. J. B., ‘More Mumming Plays in the Southern Balkans’, Annual of the British School at Athens, (1912)4.5 (1984) 48 (cit)
Wade, Melvin, ‘Shining in Borrowed Plumage: Affirmation of Community in the Black Coronation Festivals of New England (c.1750-c.1850)’ Western Folklore, 40 (1981), 211-316.6 (1986) 55 (cit)
Wagonheim, Sylvia Stoler, The Annals of English Drama, 975-1700, 3rd edn (Routledge, 1989)7.4 (1990) 57 (rec)
Wakeman, Sir Offley, ‘Rustic Stage Plays in Shropshire’, Shropshire Archaeological Transactions, 7 (1884), 385-64.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Walcott, Mackenzie, ‘Hampshire Mummers’, Notes and Queries, 3 ser., 1 (1862), 665.3 (1985) 30 (sum)
Wales, Tony, A Sussex Garland (Godfrey Cave, 1979; repr. Newbury: Countryside Books, 1986), pp.104-8 6.3 (1986) 17 (rec)
Walsh, Sadie, communication to Ireland’s Own, 26 Aug. 1939, p.325.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Ware, Edwin, ‘Memories of Old Customs’, St Edmunds Review, Northwood Hills Parish Magazine, No. 97 (Jan. 1966), 9-102.3 (1982) 22 (cit)
Warner, Elisabeth, The Russian Folk Theatre (Cassette R801, Exeter Tapes, The Language Centre, The University of Exeter, Queens, 1979) 2.3 (1982) 22 (rec)
Warner, Elizabeth A., ‘The Quack Doctor in the Russian Folk and Popular Theatre’, Folklore, 93.2 (1982), 166-75 2.5 (1982) 34 (rec)
Warner, Elizabeth, Folk Theatre and Dramatic Entertainments in Russia (Chadwick-Healey/ Consortium for Drama & Media in Higher Education, 1987)6.6 (1986) 60 (rec)
Washington, Joseph, Black Religion (Boston: Beacon Press, 1966), pp.43-46.6 (1986) 54 (cit)
Wasson, John, ‘The St George and Robin Hood Plays in Devon’, Mediaeval English Theatre, 2 (1980), 66-94.4 (1984) 31 (rec)
Wasson, John M. (ed.), Records of Early English Drama: Devon (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986)6.5 (1986) 44 (rec)
Watling, Rob, Two Stirlingshire Hero-Combat Plays (Stirling: privately printed, 1980)1.3 (1981) 21 (rec)
Webb, Dave, ‘Headington Mummers’ Play’, Heritage Magazine (Oxford University Heritage Society, Hilary Term 1967), 12-132.2 (1982) 16 (cit)
Webb, Fred, Derby Evening Telegraph, 2 May 1958, (cited by Helm; Webb is an error for Archer) {see here under Archer}2.5 (1982) 33 (cit)
Welch, Charles E. Jr, ‘The History of the Philadelphia Mummers Parade’, Pennsylvania Folklife, 9.1(1961), 57-83.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welch, Charles E., ‘"Common Nuisances": The Evolution of the Philadelphia Mummers Parade’, Keystone Folklore Quarterly, 8 (1963), 95-1063.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welch, Charles E., ‘"The Blackface" Controversy in the Philadelphia Mummers Parade’, Keystone Folklore Quarterly, 9 (1964), 154-653.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welch, Charles E., ‘String Bands’, Mummers Magazine, n.v. (Jan.-Feb. 1966), [n.p.n.]3.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welch, Charles Edgar, ‘The Philadelphia Mummers Parade: A Study in History, Folklore and Popular Tradition’ (unpublished dissertation, Philadelphia University, 1968) 3.6 (1983) 47 (sum)
Welch, Charles E., Oh! Dem Golden Slippers: A History of the Philadelphia Mummers Parade (Camden, NJ: Thomas J. Nelson, 1970)3.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welch, Charles E., ‘The Music Man’, Today Magazine, Philadephia Enquirer, 29 Dec. 1979, p.43.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welch, Charles E., ‘The New Jersey Mummers Connection’ (Cherry Hill, NJ) Courier-Post, 29 Dec. 19793.6 (1983) 47 (cit)
Welti, David, Collection5.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Welty, Eudora, ‘A Pageant of Birds’, New Republic, 109 (25 Oct. 1943), 565-7 (reprinted in One Time, One Place (New York: Random House, 1971), pp.88-91) 6.6 (1986) 51-2 (sum)
Wharton, Colin Stanley,   ‘The Folklore of Warwickshire: A Field Collection with Comparative Annotations & Commentary’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Institute of Dialect & Folklore Studies, University of Leeds, 1974)7.3 (1989) 40 (rec)
Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven, 3rd edn with many additions and corrections, ed. By A. W. Morant (London: Cassell Petter and Galpin, 1878), 549-505.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Wickham, Glynne, ‘Review of T. J. B. Spencer and S. Wells, "A Book of Masques in Honour of Allardyce Nicholl"’, Folk Music Journal, 4.2 (1981) 179-802.1 (1982) 8 (rec)
Wickham, Glynne, The Medieval Theatre, 3rd edn (Cambridge University Press, 1987)6.6 (1986) 60 (rec)
Widdowson, John, A Newfoundland Mummers’ Play1.6 (1981) 39 (sum)
Wigg, M. Dorothea, ‘Christmas Mumming’, Northampton County Magazine, 3.36 (1930), 3285.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Wiggins, William H. Jr, ‘In the Rapture’ {film} (Indiana University Audio Visual Dept., CS 2662) (1976)6.6 (1986) 49 (cit)
Wiggins, William H. Jr, ‘In the Rapture’, Festival of American Folklife (Washington: Smithsonian Institution and National Park Service, 1976), pp.16-176.6 (1986) 49, 54 (sum)
Wiggins, William H. Jr, ‘"In the Rapture": The Black Aesthetic and Folk Drama’, Callaloo, 2 (Feb. 1978), 103-116.6 (1986) 49 (cit)
Wiggins, William H. Jr, ‘Jesus Has Planted the Seed of Carvin’ in Me: The Impact of Afro-American Folk Religion on the Limestone Sculpture of William Edmondson’, in William Edmondson: A Retrospective, ed. by Georganne Fletcher (Nashville: Williams Printing Co., 1981), pp.31-426.6 (1986) 50, 54 (sum)
Wiles, David, The Early Plays of Robin Hood (Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 1981)2.1 (1982) 8 (rec)
Wilkinson, John H., Leeds Dialect Glossary and Lore (Leeds: the author, 1867), p. 1632.2 (1982) 16 (cit)
Wilkinson, Rev. R. F., Notebook, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Record Office, DDW 126/75.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Willetts, Carl, Collection5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Willetts, Carl, West Malling, Kent 5.3 (1985) 23-4 (txt) 5.5 (1985) 47 (cit)
Willetts, Carl, Kent ‘Seven Champions’ and a Play from Milton Regis5.5 (1985) 42-50 (txt) 6.3 (1986) 16 (cit)
Williams, R. Vaughan, Journal of the Folk Song Society, 3.13 (1909), 261-21.3 (1981) 19 (cit)
Wilson, F. P., ‘E. K. Chambers: Obituary’, Proceedings of the British Academy, 42 (1956), 2794.5 (1984) 50 (cit)
Winey, Faye McAfee, ‘Belsnickling in Paxtonville’, Pennsylvania Folklife, 29.2 (1969-70), 10-137.3 (1989) 44 (rec)
Wood, G. Bernard, ‘North Country Amusements of Long Ago’, Country Life, 138.3587, 2 Dec. 1965, p.15135.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
‘Plough Monday Play performed at Bothamsall, presented to the Rev. D. D. Woodgate 1953’, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire County Record Office, DD31/15.2 (1985) 22 (cit)
Wright, Joseph, The English Dialect Dictionary (Oxford: Henry Frowde, 1905), VI, 162a & 395a5.2 (1985) 22 (cit)

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Yates, Mike, Collection: taped copy of Nether Alderley play [n.d.]2.5 (1982) 29 (cit)
Yates, Norris, ‘Children's Folk Plays in Western Oregon’, Western Folklore, 9, 55-62 4.2 (1984) 14 (cit)

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