taleteller


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The curious lay reader without access to these originals and the scholar desiring introduction, however, will not know whether these stories are a synthesis, a composite, a retelling, or a first-hand account of a taleteller.
The imagined oral audience with its sequence of taletellers in the framing narrative of The Canterbury Tales remains caught in an endless cycle of performance.
The traditional pattern of the imperial narrator returning home to share his story and encourage the next generation of imperial adventurers and taletellers is disrupted.
22) Whether she enters a period of latent sexuality or traumatized anxiety, the heroine's triple skins--her own skin, the dresses, and the disguise--become a chain of symbols through which taletellers, collectors, editors, and writers can express their views on feminine development in patriarchal societies.
The people of both countries have been crushed by an oppressive regime and a puppet Parliament, by a dictator's private judiciary and a deaf state TV, by policemen, secret agents, apparatchiks and paid taletellers.
Descended from a long line of Irish American singers and taletellers, her mother was a painter, her sisters both musicians.
Brant Performing Arts Group members include the Brantford Symphony Orchestra, the Brant Belle-a-Dears, Brant Men of Song, the Brant Taletellers, Grand River Chorus, ICTHYS, the Telephone City Music Society, the Little String Orchestra, the Kiwanis Music Festival and Theatre Brantford.
will be valid so long as we realize that stories have frequently been taken down from the lips of unlettered taletellers and have entered the great literary collections.
Descended from a long line of Irish American singers and taletellers, she learned at a young age to appreciate the beauty and magic of the arts.
Mo Yan effectively undermines the trust readers once placed in their taletellers by suggesting that myth and belief are more important than history.