Gerald L. Pocius


  • Meghann E. Jack


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Pocius, Gerald L. 1976. “The First Time that I Thought of It Since I Got Wed”: Role Expectations and Singer Status in a Newfoundland Outport. Western Folklore 35 (2): 109-22.

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How to Cite

Jack, Meghann E. 2021. “Gerald L. Pocius”. Material Culture Review, no. 90-91 (April):164-75.