Hungarian Folktales: The Art of Zsuzsanna Palk- (WORLD FOLKTALE LIBRARY, VOL 2) ebook
by Linda Degh
the art of Zsuzsanna Palkó. Originally published: New York : Garland Pu. c1995, in series: The world folktale library ; vol. 2, and Garland reference library of the humanities ; vol. 1736.
the art of Zsuzsanna Palkó. Published 1996 by University Press of Mississippi in Jackson, Miss Originally published: New York : Garland Pu. The world folktale library, World folktale library (Jackson, Miss. Hungarian folk tales.
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Linda D gh (1920-2014) was professor of folklore at the Folklore Institute at Indiana University and a leading authority .
Linda D gh (1920-2014) was professor of folklore at the Folklore Institute at Indiana University and a leading authority of folk narrative. Her book Folktales and Society: Storytelling in a Hungarian Peasant Community is a landmark publication in folktale scholarship.
Hungarian Folktales gives readers of English their long-awaited opportunity to experience her verbal magic as her village audience did. Linda Degh unobtrusively recorded Mrs. Palko as she told stories to her neighbors, and the verbatim transcripts preserved the natural beauty o. . Palko as she told stories to her neighbors, and the verbatim transcripts preserved the natural beauty of spontaneous narration, unlike most tales in print today, which have been rewritten to the point of obscuring the voice of the original storytellers
Originally published as The World Folktale Library, vol. 2 and Garland Reference Library of the Humanities .
Originally published as The World Folktale Library, vol. 2 and Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, vol. Pp. xxiv + 382, preface by Carl Lindahl, foreword by Linda Degh, notes, translator's notes, selected bibliography, tale and motif index, plate. Professor Linda Degh, a pioneer and world-renowned expert of modern tale collecting, rightfully considered her Kakasd tale collection the most important achievement of her distinguished scholarly career.
World Folktale Library. University Press of Mississippi. Kalm, Vera, Degh, Linda, Palko, Zsuzsanna.
Hungarian Folktales: The Art of Zsuzsanna Palk q 2015 The Folklore Society. Downloaded by at 13:54 18 June 2015. For the ensuing forty-six years Dgh would continue to try to capture the living nature of legend: under her scrutiny it appeared ever-new, a half-told story straining for completion, assuming various forms, unfolding more as a debate than as a narrative, created in the dialectic tension between belief and disbelief.
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