John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 15, Number 1March 2000


Table of Contents

Beowulf as Epic
by Joseph Harris
Thor’s Visit to Útgarðaloki
by John Lindow
Ex Ovo Omnia: Where Does the Balto-Finnic Cosmogony Originate?
by Ülo Valk
The Narrator’s Voice in Kalevala and Kalevipoeg
by Thomas A. DuBois
Text, Orality, Literacy, Tradition, Dictation, Education, and Other Paradigms of Explication in Greek Literary Studies
by Barry B. Powell
Cycle Construction and Character Development in Central Algonkian Trickster Tales
by Andrew Wiget
Dario Fo and Oral Tradition: Creating a Thematic Context
by Antonio Scuderi
The “Trick” of Narratives: History, Memory, and Performance
by Chiji Akoma
“O man do not scribble on the book”: Print and Counter-print in a Scottish Enlightenment University
by Matthew Simpson

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