John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 14, Number 2October 1999

Table of Contents

“Ah ain’t heard whut do tex’ wuz”: The (Il)legitimate Textuality of Old English and Black English
by Michael Saenger
A Treasury of Formulaic Narrative: the Persian Popular Romance Hosein-e Kord
by Ulrich Marzolph
Epea Pteroenta (“Winged Words”)
by Françoise Létoublon
Serial Repetition in Homer and the “Poetics of Talk”: A Case Study from the Odyssey
by Elizabeth Minchin
Oral-Formulaic Approaches to Coptic Hymnography
by Leslie MacCoull
The Inscription of Charms in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts
by Lea Olsan
Speakerly Women and Scribal Men
by Christine Neufeld
Writing as Relic: The Use of Oral Discourse to Interpret Written Texts in the Old French La Queste del Saint
by Lisa Robeson

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