John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 7, Number 1March 1992

Table of Contents

Oral Poetry and the World of Beowulf
by Paul Sorrell
Innervision and Innertext: Oral and Interpretive Modes of Storytelling Performance
by Joseph Sobol
The Combat of Lug and Balor: Discourses of Power in Irish Myth and Folktale
by Joan N. Radner
Song, Text, and Cassette: Why We Need Authoritative Audio Editions of Medieval Literary Works
by Ward Parks
Latin Charms of Medieval England: Verbal Healing in a Christian Oral Tradition
by Lea Olsan
A Gaelic Songmaker’s Response to an English-speaking Nation
by Thomas A. McKean
The Production of Finnish Epic Poetry—Fixed Wholes or Creative Compositions?
by Lauri Harvilahti
The Narrative Presentation of Orality in James Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake
by Willi Erzgräber
Turkish Oral Tradition in Texas:
The Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative

by Warren S. Walker
by Carolyn Higbie

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