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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Harold Scheub
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    029918210X
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    978-0299182106
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    University of Wisconsin Press; 1 edition (December 5, 2002)
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    384 pages
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Harold Scheub has conducted many investigations into nonverbal aspects of storytelling.

Harold Scheub has conducted many investigations into nonverbal aspects of storytelling. ISBN13: 9780299182144. Release Date: November 2002.

The poem in the story: music, poetry, and narrative, 2002. The uncoiling python: South African storytellers and resistance, 2010. Trickster and hero: two characters in the oral and written traditions of the world, 2012. Scheub, Harold E. madison. com October 17, 2019.

Harold Scheub divides his text into two sections: "The Poem and the Story: The Poetics of Storytelling" and "The . Within these two sections, Scheub explores the intricacies of African oral traditions.

Harold Scheub divides his text into two sections: "The Poem and the Story: The Poetics of Storytelling" and "The Poem in the Story: Myth, Music, Metaphor. For the most part, he stays within the South African region. This focus is useful for students and scholars wanting to expand their knowledge of this region and its ethnic groups. However, for those interested in a broader perspective on African orality, and the highly developed West, East, and North, this study has its limitations.

The Poem and the Story: The Poetics of Storytelling (page 23). The Poem (page 25). Read.

Music, Poetry, and Narrative. Published December 5, 2002 by University of Wisconsin Press. Oral tradition, Tales, History and criticism, Folk music, African Folk poetry, Folk poetry, African, Internet Archive Wishlist. South Africa, Africa.

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The book is written against the backdrop of Africa’s confusion with regard to the place of oral literature in the face of the rest of the world, where oral literature exists in. .The Poem in the Story: Music, Poetry, and Narrative.

The book is written against the backdrop of Africa’s confusion with regard to the place of oral literature in the face of the rest of the world, where oral literature exists in conjunction with new literary forms. Wasamba argues that the oral and the written literatures are complementary literary forms. Fact and fiction meet at the boundaries, the betwixt and between where transformations occur.

Fact and fiction meet at the boundaries, the betwixt and between where transformations occur. This is the area of ambiguity where fiction and fact become endowed with meaning, and this is the area—where ambiguity, irony, and metaphor join forces—that Harold Scheub exposes in all its nuanced and evocative complexity in The Poem in the Story. In a career devoted to exploring the art of the African storyteller, Scheub has conducted some of the most interesting and provocative investigations into nonverbal aspects of storytelling, the complex relationship between artist and audience, and, most dramatically, the role played by poetry in storytelling. This book is his most daring effort yet, an unconventional work that searches out what makes a story artistically engaging and emotionally evocative, the metaphorical center that Scheub calls "the poem in the story." Drawing on extensive fieldwork in southern Africa and decades of experience as a researcher and teacher, Scheub develops an original approach—a blend of field notes, diary entries, photographs, and texts of stories and poems—that guides readers into a new way of viewing, even experiencing, meaning in a story. Though this work is largely focused on African storytelling, its universal applications emerge when Scheub brings the work of storytellers as different as Shakespeare and Faulkner into the discussion.