Oral tradition, volume 31, number 2 (October 2017) - Parallelism in Verbal Art and Performance
Parallelism in Verbal Art and Performance
Cover | Front Matter | Editor's Column | About the Authors | Entire IssueArticles
- Parallelism in Verbal Art and Performance: An Introduction / by Frog, Lotte Tarkka
- Remembering and Recreating Origins: The Transformation of a Tradition of Canonical Parallelism among the Rotenese of Eastern Indonesia / by James J. Fox
- “Word upon a Word”: Parallelism, Meaning, and Emergent Structure in Kalevala-meter Poetry / by Lotte Tarkka
- “The Language of Gods”: The Pragmatics of Bilingual Parallelism in Ritual Ch’orti’ Maya Discourse / by Kerry Hull
- Parallelism and the Composition of Oral Narratives in Banda Eli / by Timo Kaartinen
- Parallelism and Musical Structures in Ingrian and Karelian Oral Poetry / by Kati Kallio
- Poetic Parallelism and Working Memory / by Nigel Fabb
- Parallelism in the Hanvueng: A Zhuang Verse Epic from West-Central Guangxi in Southern China / by David Holm
- “Said a Word, Uttered Thus”: Structures and Functions of Parallelism in Arhippa Perttunen’s Poems / by Jukka Saarinen
- Parallelism and Orders of Signification (Parallelism Dynamics I) / by Frog
- Parallelism in Karelian Laments / by Eila Stepanova
- Prayers for the Community: Parallelism and Performance in San Juan Quiahije Eastern Chatino / by Hilaria Cruz
- Parallelism in Arandic Song-Poetry / by Myfany Tuprin
- Twin Constellations: Parallelism and Stance in Stand-Up Comedy / by Antti Lindfors
- Multimedial Parallelism in Ritual Performance (Parallelism Dynamics II) / by Frog
Items in MOspace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.
(2017-10)In this study I investigate the discursive function of parallelism in the ritual speech of Ch’orti’ Maya. Specifically, I examine the exploitation of the dual lexicons of Ch’orti’ Mayan and Spanish in the production of ...
(2017-10)This essay treats parallelism as a means for articulating and communicating meaning in performance. Rather than a merely stylistic and structural marker, parallelism is discussed as an expressive and cognitive strategy for ...
Remembering and Recreating Origins: The Transformation of a Tradition of Canonical Parallelism among the Rotenese of Eastern Indonesia (2017-10)This paper examines and illustrates key oral traditions of canonical parallelism among the Rotenese of eastern Indonesia. The Rotenese are concerned with maintaining a knowledge of origins and the poets who perpetuate this ...
(2017-10)Parallelism has been considered a fundamental feature of artistic expression. Robert Lowth (1753:180) coined the term parallelismus membrorum (“parallelism of members”) to describe a variety of different types of equivalence ...