"Short time to stay": comments on time, literature, and oral performance
African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1981 - Literary Criticism - 55 pages
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abstracted actual performance actually realized African Literature African oral literature Amoafo Anthropology audience background Banyanga Belinga Benin ceremonies chants collections context conventions coordination dance Dennis Tedlock depends Dinka drummers Dumestre l974 Edmund Leach Egungun epic example existence expected fact Finnegan l970 Folklore formal Fulani further genre gifts Hausa head hunter hunter Ijaw Indiana University initiation involved Kabyle Kaguru kind large number lengthy Limba story-telling linear text Linguistics literary event Literature and Oral mances Mandinka musical Mwindo narration narratives nature Nigeria Nuer Nyanga occasion oral forms oral literary forms oral performance oral pieces oral poems oral poetry organization Ozidi Saga palm wine pattern people's activities perhaps prose published questions recitation rhythms Rureke Seitel l980 sense sequence Seydou Sierra Leone social sometimes songs spatial specific stories story-telling sessions take place tale for laughter temporal time-reckoning village West African WOLFF MEMORIAL LECTURE written literature written text Xhosa Yoruba