Verbal Art as Performance
Waveland Press, Jan 1, 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 150 pages
Written from the perspective of the folklorist & linguistic anthropologist, this work represents a clear assembly of perspective & methodology of these fields from the viewpoint of performance--artistic action & artistic event. Includes supplementary essays by various authors.
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VERBAL ART ART AS PERFORMANCE Richard Bauman
Chamula Genres of Verbal Behavior
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