John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 3, Number 1-2January 1988

Table of Contents

Oral Text: A South Indian Instance
by Richard M. Swiderski
Oral Tradition and Welsh Literature: A Description and Survey
by Brynley F. Roberts
Oral-Formulaic Research in Old English Studies: II
by Alexandra Hennessey Olsen
The Buddhist Tradition of Prosimetric Oral Narrative In Chinese Literature
by Victor H. Mair
Homer and Oral Tradition: The Formula, Part II
by Mark W. Edwards
A Formulaic Analysis of Samples taken from the Shâhnâma of Firdowsi
by Olga Merck Davidson
Annotated Bibliography to 1985
by Lee Edgar Tyler
Oral, but Oral What? The Nomenclatures of Orality and Their Implications

by David Henige
The Spoken Word and the Work of Interpretation, Dennis Tedlock

by Tullio Maranhão

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