John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 13, Number 2October 1998


Table of Contents

Cultural Assimilation in Njáls saga
by Craig R. Davis
The Creation of the Ancient Greek Epic Cycle
by Ingrid Holmberg
A Comparative Study of the Singing Styles of Mongolian and Tibetan Geser/Gesar Artists
by Yang Enhong
Oral English in South African Theater in the 1980s
by Yvonne Banning
Translation and Orality in the Old English Orosius
by Deborah VanderBilt
E-Texts: The Orality and Literacy Issue Revisited
by Bruce Lionel Mason
Suzhou Tanci Storytelling in China: Contexts of Performance
by Mark Bender
“Signs on a white field”: A Look at Orality in Literacy and James Joyce’s Ulysses
by Sabine Habermalz
Reflections on Myth and History: Tuareg Concepts of Truth, “Lies,” and “Children’s Tales”
by Susan J. Rasmussen

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