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AXEL AND THE SKUNK

TEXT NOT KEYPUNCHED
ONE MIMEOGRAPHED STORY ABOUT TWO SCANDINAVIAN AMERICANS;
IN 10X13 ENVELOPE, SQ730849-20

Submitter comment: THE HUMOR IN THIS STORY AND THE FOLLOWING ONE BASICALLY IS ETHNICALLY
ORIENTED. THEY SHOW THE PROBLEMS AN IMMIGRANT HAS IN UNDERSTANDING
A NEW LANGUAGE.

Where learned: WASHINGTON ; EDWALL

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Tale
Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Ill humor Ridicule Mockery

Date learned: 08-02-1970

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