Frank de Caro and Tom Ireland, writing about elite New Orleans Carnival krewes, state that festival kings and queens are "providing— noblesse oblige— a spectacle to entertain the masses" de Caro and Ireland 2003: As folklorist Roger Abrahams determines in "The Language of Festivals," the Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival and Fair exemplifies a "sense of identification between 'the people' and their natural resources that marks festivals of increase throughout the world" 1982: Essays on the Festivaled. Louisiana Folklore Miscellany 22 2012: The symbols of their royal status, however, have become more festival specific. In a personal interview, she recalled, "Well, the business people were talking about having a festival. It sits on the site of the former Gilbert store where he was born and raised.
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