Rickford 1999

Rickford, John. 1999. Cut-Eye and Suck-Teeth: African Words and Gestures in New World Guise. In Rickford, John (ed.), African American Vernacular English: Features and Use, Evolution, and Educational Implications, 155-173. Oxford: Blackwell. (This paper was originally published as: Rickford, John R. & Rickford, Angela E. 1976, 'Cut-Eye and Suck-Teeth: Masked Africanisms in New World Guise.' Journal of American Folklore 89 (353): 294-309.)

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  address        = {Oxford},
  author         = {Rickford, John},
  booktitle      = {African American Vernacular English: Features and Use, Evolution, and Educational Implications},
  editor         = {Rickford, John},
  note           = {This paper was originally published as: Rickford, John R. & Rickford, Angela E. 1976, 'Cut-Eye and Suck-Teeth: Masked Africanisms in New World Guise.' Journal of American Folklore 89 (353): 294-309.},
  pages          = {155-173},
  publisher      = {Blackwell},
  title          = {Cut-Eye and Suck-Teeth: African Words and Gestures in New World Guise},
  type           = {Bibliographical record},
  year           = {1999},
  Full_reference = {There is no reference for Rickford 1999. Do you mean this book: African American Vernacular English: Features and Use, Evolution, and Educational Implications, Oxford (1999): Blackwell ?

LG: Yes, that’s the book I mean. The paper in the book is “Cut-Eye and Suck-Teeth: African Words and Gestures in New World Guise, “ pp. 155-173.},
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