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History of Jewish Folklore Scholarship. Bibliographies and Encyclopedias. Conference Proceedings. Four interrelated qualities distinguish Jewish folklore: (a) extended history depth, (b) continuous interdependence between orality and literacy, (c) national dispersion of the nation, and (d) linguistic diversity. The Hebrew Bible, the earliest Jewish written text, contains evidence of older oral tradition. Once canonized, its ritual reading spawned new oral exetical and metaphorical oral narratives and its retelling retrieved traditions that literacy excluded. The written records of Jewish traditions of Late Antiquity also include folklore of that era.
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Ex-Library Reference book. Text is clean, Binding is strong. Very nice green cloth cover. Very nice green cloth cover International Proverb Scholarship: An Annotated Bibliography (Garland Folklore Bibliographies, Vol. 3). Wolfgang Mieder. Published by Garland Publishing, 1982. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From Books for Libraries, Inc. (Santa Clarita, CA, .
As an annotated bibliography, this book contains only those items which the .
As an annotated bibliography, this book contains only those items which the compilers had in their hands. For a more complete bibliography one would need to consult the annual. M L A Bibliography, Vol. The List of Periodical Runs Consulted for This W o rk tells which journals were examined volume by volume.
Academic journal article Folklore. Academic journal article Folklore. The formation of the Children's Folklore Section of the American Folklore Society was discussed at a preliminary meeting in October 1977 in Detroit and its organisation formalised in the fall of 1978 in Salt Lake City.
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Course Description Jewish folk literature has a long historical record. Yassif, Eli, 1986, An Annotated Bibliography of Jewish Folklore, New York: Garland. Among the Jews written sources played a great role in creation and transmission of folklore. The tendency developed among the Jews in early times was to put down in writing folk literature as well as folk customs and beliefs. We can trace folk literary forms in Biblical and Rabbinic literature and Jewish literature in the Middle Ages. Yassif, Eli, 1999, The Hebrew Folktale: History, Genre, Meaning, Bloomington: Indiana: Indiana University Press.
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