The Turkish Minstrel Tale Tradition, by Natalie Kononenko Moyle. Harvard Dissertations in Folklore and Oral Tradition) 267 pages, bibliography.
The Turkish Minstrel Tale Tradition, by Natalie Kononenko Moyle. New York: Garland Publishing, 1990.
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Can "magma" be considered an oral formula in this electronic environment . The Turkish Minstrel Tale Tradition, by Natalie Kononenko Moyle. July 1993 · Middle East Studies Association Bulletin.
Turkish Minstrel Tale Trad. Harvard Dissertations in Folklore & Oral Literature. By (author) Natalie Kononenko Moyle.
Literature students will enjoy learning about Slavic tales and customs .
Literature students will enjoy learning about Slavic tales and customs, while students in social studies classes will learn more about the culture of Eastern Europe. Natalie Kononenko holds the Kule Chair of Ukranian Ethnography at the University of Alberta. Her numerous publications include Ukranian Minstrels (1998), The Magic Egg and Other Tales from the Ukraine (Libraries Unlimited, 1997), and The Turkish Minstrel Tale Tradition (1990). Библиографические данные.
TURKISH MINSTREL TALE TRAD (Harvard Dissertations in Folklore and Oral Literature). 082402673X (ISBN13: 9780824026738).
found in folklore and literature throughout the world Tale Types and the Tale Type Index Krohns student, Antti Aarne . Most oral tales incorporate a single or a limited number of tale types; however, a tale may contain dozens of motifs.
found in folklore and literature throughout the world. Simply defined, a motif is a small narrative unit recurrent in folk literature. Tale Types and the Tale Type Index Krohns student, Antti Aarne (18671925), adopted the cal. method in his study of tales and devised a system to catalog and sort them by type, publishing his Verzeichnis der Mrchentypen (Tale Type Index) in 1910.