The Way to Winter

Amy Aderman

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In language, Utah gradually developed a specific dialect still well-recognized throughout the state and especially observable in the southern half, a dialect composed of New England, Midwestern, Southern, British Isles, and Scandinavian features that stereotypically reverses the vowels of "born" and "barn." The works of the Brothers Grimm are among some of the most adapted stories told worldwide, with popular movies, music and more taking inspiration from their classic tales.

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Publisher: Amy Aderman (January 7, 2014)


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