John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 9, Number 2October 1994

Table of Contents

Performing A Thousand and One Nights In Egypt
by Susan Slyomovics
Homer’s Style: Non-Formulaic Features of an Oral Aesthetic
by Joseph Russo
Forrest Spirits: Oral Echoes in Leon Forrest’s Prose
by Bruce A. Rosenberg
Informing Performance: Producing the Coloquio in Tierra Blanca
by Pamela Ritch, Richard Bauman
Editing Beowulf: What Can Study of the Ballads Tell Us?
by John D. Niles
Oral Genres and the Art of Reading in Tibet
by Anne Klein
Ethnopoetics, Oral-Formulaic Theory, and Editing Texts
by Dell Hymes
The Ethnography of Scribal Writing and Anglo-Saxon Poetry: Scribe as Performer
by A. Nicholas Doane
The Study of the Orally Transmitted Ballad:
Past Paradigms and a New Poetics

by Teresa Catarella

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