"How 'bout a Hand for the Hog": The Enduring Nature of the Swine as a Cultural Symbol in the South

@article{Bass1995HowA,
  title={"How 'bout a Hand for the Hog": The Enduring Nature of the Swine as a Cultural Symbol in the South},
  author={S. Jonathan Bass},
  journal={Southern Cultures},
  year={1995},
  volume={1},
  pages={301 - 320}
}
  • S. J. Bass
  • Published 1995
  • Sociology
  • Southern Cultures
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