Friday, September 24, 2004

Working through Fr. Ong's issues of Oral Tradition. I want to go back and read (most, but not all, for my dissertation):

-Doane, A.N. "The Ethnography of Scribal Writing and Anglo-Saxon Poetry: Scribe as Performer." Oral Tradition 9.2 (1994): 420-439.

-Niles, John D. "Editing Beowulf: What Can Study of the Ballads Tell Us?" Oral Tradition 9.2 (1994): 440-467.

-Schaefer, Ursula. "Alterities: On Methodology in Medieval Literary Studies." Oral Tradition 8.1 (1993): 187-214.

-Sorrell, Paul: "Oral Poetry and the World of Beowulf." Oral Tradition 7.1 (1992): 28-65.

-Finnegan, Ruth. "Tradition, but What Tradition and For Whom?" Oral Tradition 6.1 91991): 104-24.

-Carrier, James and Achsah Carrier. "Every Picture Tells a Story: Visual Alternatives to Oral Tradition in Ponam Society." Oral Tradition 5.2-3 (1990): 354-375.

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