Proverbs: Selected full-text books and articles

A Dialogue of Proverbs By Rudolph E. Habenicht; John Heywood University of California Press, 1963
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A Dictionary of American Proverbs By Wolfgang Mieder; Stewart A. Kingsbury; Kelsie B. Harder Oxford University Press, 1996
The Oxford Dictionary of English Proverbs By William George Smith Clarendon Press, 1935
FREE! Gold-Foil, Hammered from Popular Proverbs By Timothy Titcomb Charles Scribner, 1859 (7th edition)
Proverbs in Medieval Occitan Literature By Wendy Pfeffer University Press of Florida, 1997
The Book of Proverbs and Our Search for Wisdom By Richard J. Clifford Marquette University Press, 1995
Folk Groups and Folklore Genres: An Introduction By Elliott Oring Utah State University Press, 1986
Librarian's tip: Chap. 8 "Riddles and Proverbs"
Our Living Traditions: An Introduction to American Folklore By Tristram Potter Coffin Basic Books, 1968
Librarian's tip: Chap. 17 "'The Wisdom of Many': Proverbs and Proverbial Expression"
Proverbs, Textuality, and Nativism in African Literature By Adeeko Adeleke University Press of Florida, 1998
African-American Proverbs in Context By Sw. Anand Prahlad University Press of Mississippi, 1996
Japanese Proverbs By Otoo Huzii Board of Tourist Industry, Japanese Government Railways, 1940
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