John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 16, Number 1March 2001

Table of Contents

Orality and Basque Nationalism: Dancing with the Devil or Waltzing into the Future?
by Linda White
I Control the Idioms: Creativity in Ndebele Praise Poetry
by H.C. Groenewald
Milman Parry and A. L. Kroeber: Americanist Anthropology and the Oral Homer
by John F. García
Personal Favor and Public Influence: Arete, Arsinoë II, and the Argonautica
by Anatole Mori
The Limits of Textuality: Mobility and Fire Production in Homer and Beowulf
by Guillemette Bolens
Homer and Rhapsodic Competition in Performance
by Derek Collins
Performance and Norse Poetry: The Hydromel of Praise and the Effluvia of Scorn
by Stephen Mitchell

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