Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 26, 1915.djvu/346

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Reviews.

This, however, is the only criticism we have to make. Sir James Wilson understands his "ain foak" and their speech so well that we hope before long he will go a step further and record their folklore. When we get beyond stories and rhymes, Scottish folklore is " sadly to seek " except in a few favoured districts, of which Perthshire is not one. ^

C. S. BURNE.

Books for Review sJiould be addressed to

The Editor of Folk-Lore, c/o Messrs. Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd. Adam St., Adelphi, London, W.C