John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 17, Number 1March 2002


Table of Contents

The Case of the Gospels: Memory’s Desire and the Limits of Historical Criticism
by Werner H. Kelber
Homespun Homerics in the Kingdom of Aeolus: Ninu Murina in Stromboli
by LindaAnn Loschiavo
On the Use and Abuse of “Orality” for Art: Reflections on Romantic and Late Twentieth-Century Poiesis
by Maureen N. McLane
Interpreting Lyric Meaning in Irish Tradition: Love and Death in the Shadow of Tralee
by Thomas A. DuBois
The Poetics of Arapaho Storytelling: From Salvage to Performance
by Andrew Cowell
India’s “Hundred Voices”: Subaltern Oral Performance in Forsters A Passage to India
by John McBratney

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