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Oral Tradition 20.2 (2005) 365-366

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Index to Volume 20

Barber, Karin
Text and Performance in Africa     264

Bauman, Richard and Patrick Feaster
"Fellow Townsmen and My Noble Constituents!": Representations of Oratory on Early Commercial Recordings     35

Burns, James
My Mother Has a Television, Does Yours? ;Transformation and Secularization in an Ewe Funeral Drum Tradition      300

du Perron, Lalita and Nicolas Magriel
Shellac, Bakelite, Vinyl, and Paper: Artifacts and
Representations of North Indian Art Music     130

Finnegan, Ruth
The How of Literature     164

Foley, John Miles
From Oral Performance to Paper-Text to Cyber-Edition     233

Gerstle, C. Andrew
The Culture of Play: Kabuki and the Production of Texts     188

Hughes-Freeland, Felicia
Visual Takes on Dance in Java     58

Idema, Wilt L.
The Many Shapes of Medieval Chinese Plays: How Texts Are Transformed to Meet the Needs of Actors, Spectators, Censors, and Readers     320

Lo, Andrew
Textual Representations of the Sixteenth-Century
Chinese Drama Yuzan ji( The Jade Hairpin )     335

Middleton, Peter
How to Read a Reading of a Written Poem     7

Orwin, Martin
On the Concept of "Definitive Text" in Somali Poetry     278

Schieffelin, Edward L.
Moving Performance to Text: Can Performance Be Transcribed?     80

Shirane, Haruo
Performance, Visuality, and Textuality: The Case of Japanese Poetry     217

Standish, Isolde
Mediators of Modernity: "Photo-interpreters" in Japanese Silent Cinema     93 [End Page 365]

Thomas, Rosalind
Special Editor's Columns 1,    161

Yamagata, Naoko
Plato, Memory, and Performance     111



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