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br'er

(brɜr, brɛər; Sou. dial. bɜr)

n. Southern U.S.
brother.
[1875–80]
Translations

brer

, br’er
n (old)Gevatter m (old)
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It turned Brer Merlin green with envy and spite, which was a great satisfaction to me.
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Another entry summarizes the elements of slave narratives and trickster tales, such as Brer Rabbit stories.
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Via the major character types culled from the lore used in Invisible Man, such as the witty Brer Rabbit, Brer Dog and the preacher and his sermons, have their base in African culture, Ellison is illustrating that an artistic continuum of art forms in the New World which have their base in exponent and custodian of Black culture analogous to the griot in African societies.
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