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Irreantum: A Review of Mormon Literature and Film - Vol. 7:1 (2005) -… (2005)

by Association for Mormon Letters, Laraine Wilkins (Editor)

Other authors: Scott Abbott (Contributor), Matthew James Babcock (Contributor), Mark Bennion (Contributor), J. Scott Bronson (Contributor), Angela Hallstrom (Contributor)12 more, Susan Elizabeth Howe (Contributor), Andrew Jorgensen (Contributor), Lance Larsen (Contributor), Craig Mangum (Contributor), Keith Moore (Contributor), Jim Papworth (Contributor), Jill Terry Rudy (Contributor), Paul Swenson (Contributor), Lee Walker (Contributor), Benjamin R. Webster (Contributor), Bert Wilson (Contributor), Kristi A. Young (Contributor)

Series: Irreantum (7.1)

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Mormon Folklore Studies / Jill Terry Rudy
Claiming Heritage through Narrative / Kristi A. Young, Benjamin R. Webster

Poems / Lance Larsen, Paul Swenson, Susan Elizabeth Howe
Poems / Matthew James Babcock, Mark Bennion, Jim Papworth, Keith Moore

Interview with Folklorist Bert Wilson / Bert Wilson, Andrew Jorgensen

Unbroken / Angela Hallstrom

Immortal for Quite Some Time / Scott Abbott

Tombs / J. Scott Bronson

Special Feature: Tribute to Neal A. Maxwell
“Still the Notes Prolong” from One More Strain of Praise

Readers Write: Folklore
Reel Observations: Napoleon Dynamite / Craig Mangum, Lee Walker
From the Archives: J Golden Kimball: Mormon Folklore Hero
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