The Growth of Literature: The oral literature of the Tatars. The oral literature of Polynesia. A note on the oral literature of the Iban or the Sea Dyaks of north Borneo. Notes on the oral literature of some African peoples. A general survey
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THE HEROIC MILIEU INDIVIDUALISM IN THE HEROIC
NONHEROIC POETRY AND SAGA
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