Abstract

Abstract:

This article discusses narrative and linguistic features of a storyteller’s script in the Yangzhou tradition of Western Han, Xi Han 西漢, dated to the late Qing, ca. 1880–1912 and belonging to the family of Dai Buzhang 戴步章(1925–2003). What kind of language style does this text reflect? How does the written text correspond to and differ from an extant oral performance of an episode from the repertoire?

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Additional Information

ISSN
0193-7774
Print ISSN
2051-6150
Pages
pp. 107-127
Launched on MUSE
2020-04-07
Open Access
No
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