The Importance of Family Folklore in Modern Society
Nowadays folklore is taken to refer to the everyday culture and cultural traditions of all social groups – young as well as old, urban as well as rural, ourselves as well as others.
Folklore is now accepted as being concerned with the lore of man and of all his numerous activities: Accounts of the houses people lived in, the dress they wore, the food they ate, their social dealings with one another, their education and religious beliefs, their festivals and amusements, births marriages and deaths, together with beliefs in the afterword, as well as innumerable other facts of human life.
Maltese folklore preserves the soul of the past embodying the ways of thought, the mode of life and the moral code of preceding centuries.
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