8 edition of The singer of tales found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -304) and index.
|Statement||Albert B. Lord ; Stephen Mitchell and Gregory Nagy, editors.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, Stephen A. 1951-, Nagy, Gregory.|
|LC Classifications||PN1303 .L62 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 307 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||00021247|
Albert B. Lord, The Singer of Tales Introduction to the Second Edition, –xxix Preface, Harry Levin, –xxxiii Foreword, –xxxvii Abbreviations Part I. The Theory The Theory 1. Prices (including delivery) for The Singer of Tales by Ab Lord range from $ at AbeBooks up to $ ISBN: Price Range: $ - $1,
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"Singer of Tales" began the serious academic study of oral literature as oral literature. The first undergraduate major in folklore and mythology in the United States grew out of the research work done for, and later studies inspired by, this by: Albert Lord published The Singer of Tales in to explain and continue the work of his mentor, Milman Parry, who died in Working primarily in Serbia and Bosnia over decades, the two recorded hundreds of epic song performances, applied extensive linguistic and The singer of tales book analyses to these songs and recordings, and developed a thesis regarding oral-formulaic composition, which has come to be known as the Parry/Lord thesis/5(13).
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John Foley argues that the methods and strategies of traditional oral expression-of 'the singer of tales'-persist into the realm of texts.
This study dissolves the perceived barrier between 'oral' and 'written', creating a composite theory from oral-formulaic theory and the ethnography of 4/5(7). The Center for Hellenic Studies is pleased to announce that The Singer of Tales by Albert B. Lord is now available online, for free, in an electronic form, on the newly redesigned CHS website.
Albert Lord’s book builds on Milman Parry’s work in his search of. Parry's, and with him Lord's, enduring contribution - set forth in Lord's The singer of tales book Singer of Tales" - was to demonstrate the process by which oral poets compose.
Now reissued with a new introduction and an audio and visual record, this book should be of interest to. A cardinal text for the study of oral traditions, The Singer of Tales also represents an exemplary use of the comparative method in literary criticism.
This third edition offers a corrected text of the second edition and is supplemented by an open-access website (in lieu of the second edition’s CD-ROM), providing all the recordings discussed. performance. The results, enshrined in Albert Lord’s wonderful book, The Singer of Tales, were to transform our understanding of oral tradition and the processes of transmission in oral or predominantly oral societies.
Lord says "The singer of tales is at once the tradition and an individual. Size: KB. The singer of tales by Albert Bates Lord. Publication date Topics Homer, Epic poetry -- History and criticism, Folk songs, Slavic -- History and criticism, Poetry, Medieval -- History and criticism Publisher Harvard University Press Internet Archive Books.
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First published inThe Singer of Tales remains the fundamental study of the distinctive techniques and aesthetics of oral epic poetry--from South Slavic epic songs to the Iliad, Odyssey, Beowulf, and beyond.
This edition offers a corrected text and is supplemented. The singer of tales. by Albert Bates Lord. Published by Harvard d U.P.
Written in EnglishPages: The Singer of Tales Full Description: "First published inThe Singer of Tales remains the fundamental study of the distinctive techniques and aesthetics of oral epic poetry--from South Slavic epic songs to the Iliad, Odyssey, Beowulf, and beyond.
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March 3, Bookend; The Singer of Tales: On Joseph Brodsky By SEAMUS HEANEY. hose who knew Joseph Brodsky were well aware that his heart disease was serious and that it would probably be the death of him, but because he always existed in his friends' minds not just as a person but as some kind of principle of indestructibility, it was difficult for them to admit that he was in danger.
Albert B. Lord's "Singer of Tales" was published inas Number 24 of the "Harvard Studies in Comparative Literature," and was picked up in paperback by Atheneum only a few years later ().
It is probably the most widely read book in the monograph series, and the most controversial/5(12). First published inAlbert B.
Lord's The Singer of Tales remains the fundamental study of the distinctive techniques and aesthetics of oral epic poetry.
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