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Volume 26, Number 2, October 2011

Table of Contents

Editors’ Column

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Introduction and Tabula Gratulatoria

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Juxtaposing Cogadh Gáedel re Gallaib with Orkneyinga saga

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Toward an Ethnopoetically Grounded Edition of Homer’s Odyssey

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Matija Murko, Wilhelm Radloff, and Oral Epic Studies

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“A Swarm in July”: Beekeeping Perspectives on the Old English Wið Ymbe Charm

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Cicero the Homerist

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Toward a Ritual Poetics: Dream of the Rood as a Case Study

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Oral Tradition and Sappho

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Variation within Limits: An Evolutionary Approach to the Structure and Dynamics of the Multiform

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Leslie Marmon Silko and Simon J. Ortiz: Pathways to the Tradition

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“Stricken to Silence”: Authoritative Response, Homeric Irony, and the Peril of a Missed Language Cue

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Vernacular Phrasal Display: Towards the Definition of a Form

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The Role of Memory in the Tradition Represented by the Deuteronomic History and the Book of Chronicles

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Memory on Canvas: Commedia dell’Arte as a Model for Homeric Performance

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Changing Traditions and Village Development in Kalotaszentkirály

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Further Explorations

Intentionally Adrift: What The Pathways Project Can Teach Us about Teaching and Learning

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Sean-nós i gConamara / Sean-nós in Connemara: Digital Media and Oral Tradition in the West of Ireland

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The Metonym: Rhetoric and Oral Tradition at the Crossroads

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Heroic Register, Oral Tradition, and the Alliterative Morte Arthure

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Prisons, Performance Arena, and Occupational Humor

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Beowulf’s Singers of Tales as Hyperlinks

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Rethinking Individual Authorship: Robert Burns, Oral Tradition, and the Twenty-First Century

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“A Misnomer of Sizeable Proportions”: SMS and Oral Tradition

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The Old English Verse Line in Translation: Steps Toward a New Theory of Page Presentation

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Communication Then and Now

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Remix: Pathways of the Mind

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A Personal Appreciation: How John Miles Foley Laid the Foundation for My Life in an Ashram

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Annotated Bibliography of Works by John Miles Foley

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About the Authors

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Research Areas


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