Living with stories: telling, re-telling, and remembering
Schneider, William, editor
Utah State University Press, publisher
In essays about communities as varied as Alaskan Native, East Indian, Palestinian, Mexican, and African American, oral historians, folklorists, and anthropologists look at how traditional and historical oral narratives live through re-tellings, gaining meaning and significance in repeated performances, from varying contexts, through cultural and historical knowing, and due to tellers' consciousness of their audiences.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Folklore -- Performance