6 edition of Limba stories and story-telling found in the catalog.
Limba stories and story-telling
Ruth H. Finnegan
|Statement||[compiled and translated by] Ruth Finnegan.|
|LC Classifications||GR352.32.L53 F56 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 352 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||80025904|
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1 Occasions of story-telling 2 The audience 3 The story-teller 4 Style and technique in story-telling 5 Style and form 5 The genesis of Limba stories 1 Individual authorship and tradition 2 'New' Limba stories 3 The genesis of stories-the Limba view 4 General conclusion Part II The Stories.
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The Limba are rice farmers living in the hills of northern Sierra Leone who have, until recently, been somewhat despised by their neighbours. Yet they possess a Cited by: Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Finnegan, Ruth H.
Limba stories and story-telling. Oxford, Clarendon P., (OCoLC) The Limba are rice farmers of northern Sierra Leone. This detailed study of their stories, collected and translated by Ruth Finnegan, emphasizes the importance of actual delivery in these orally transmitted tales, the part played by the story-teller, and the changing forms arising from the originality of individual narrators.
Limba Stories and Story-Telling (Oxford Library of African Literature) [Ruth H., Comp. Finnegan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. hardcover. Review of Ruth Finnegan, Limba Stories and Story-Telling Abstract Until recently, it was still possible for Godfrey Lienhardt, one of the general editors of The Oxford Library of African Literature, to comment that there was no good and convincing account of adults sitting together in an African village, telling stories for : Dan Ben-Amos.
Until recently, it was still possible for Godfrey Lienhardt, one of the general editors of The Oxford Library of African Literature, to comment that there was no good and convincing account of adults sitting together in an African village, telling stories for entertainment.
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Yet they. Every child loves a good make-believe story. We begged for them from our caregivers at bedtime and our children beg for them from us.
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Stories within stories can reveal much about the characters in the main story. I managed to tell a couple of stories within Cultural Gleanings, my short story in the upcoming UnCommon Origins anthology. The little stories within are intended to be humorous crutches for.
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Storytelling describes the social and cultural activity of sharing stories, sometimes with improvisation, theatrics or embellishment. Every culture has its own stories or narratives, which are shared as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation or instilling moral values.
Crucial elements of stories and storytelling include plot, characters and narrative point of view. Author of Oral literature in Africa, Limba stories and story-telling, The Hidden Musicians, Oral poetry, Communicating, Participating in the Knowledge Society, The oral and beyond, New Approaches to Economic Life.
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Historical-geographical school. Classification and typologies. Structural-functional approach. Conclusion. The existence of stories in Africa is well known. One of the first things students of African oral literature or of comparative literature generally discover about Africa is the great number of so-called ‘folktales’.
They will hear Author: Ruth Finnegan. In her novel, Black Inked Pearl. A Girl’s Quest, Ruth Finnegan opens up a new genre – or rather, as with many African novels, stretches the boundaries to include in the one work elements of such (accepted) genres as novel, short story, mystic poetry, fantasy, autobiography, theology, myth and Dante-esque epic.
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Her most. The key is in getting readers to feel emotion. As Michael Hauge says: “The objective of any story is to elicit emotion” and you can’t do that if you don’t “show” a story.
Telling about one isn’t going to cut it. At least from my experience over 30 years of writing, and also critiquing and editing + manuscripts a year.
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The story can be as simple as a metaphor or as complex as a novel. Just as the adage goes, you can't judge the object (book) by its exterior (cover). The richness of the object is its contents. Storytelling is truly a gift. Either you have it or you don't. The difference between writing a book and telling a story is vast.
There are many more writers than there are gifted storytellers. So how do you determine if you are a writer or a storyteller. Ask your readers. Do you pull them into. Storytelling based on traditional folktales is a gentle way to guide young people toward constructive personal values by presenting imaginative situations in which the outcome of both wise and unwise actions and decisions can be seen.
In ‘Oral Literature in Africa’, Ruth Finnegan explores themes common to anthropology, linguistics and sociology, debunking commonly held conceptions of the time and reestablishing the relevance of studying the oral arts of Africa with as much rigour as any other form of artistic expression.
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