John Miles Foley, Founding Editor
Sound Effects

Oral Tradition Volume 24, Number 2October 2009


Table of Contents

Ecompanion_small Sound Effects: The Oral/Aural Dimensions of Literature in English Introduction
by Chris Jones, Neil Rhodes
Ecompanion_small The Word Made Flesh: Christianity and Oral Culture in Anglo-Saxon Verse
by Andy Orchard
The Trumpet and the Wolf: Noises of Battle in Old English Poetry
by Alice Jorgensen
Mulcaster’s Tyrant Sound
by John Wesley
Shakespeare’s Sound Government: Sound Defects, Polyglot Sounds, and Sounding Out
by Patricia Parker
Ecompanion_small On Speech, Print, and New Media: Thomas Nashe and Marshall McLuhan
by Neil Rhodes
Ecompanion_small James Macpherson’s Ossian Poems, Oral Traditions, and the Invention of Voice
by James Mulholland
Ecompanion_small Theorizing Orality and Performance in Literary Anecdote and History: Boswell’s Diaries
by Dianne Dugaw
Ecompanion_small Written Composition and (Mem)oral Decomposition: The Case of “The Suffolk Tragedy”
by Tom Pettitt
Sites of Sound
by Bruce Johnson
Joyce’s Noises
by Derek Attridge
Ecompanion_small Where Now the Harp? Listening for the Sounds of Old English Verse, from Beowulf to the Twentieth Century
by Chris Jones
Ecompanion_small Sounding Out Homer: Christopher Logue’s Acoustic Homer
by Emily Greenwood

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