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  • He describes three stages in the training of an oral poet.
  • However, he also notes that oral poets learn their epics like one would learn a living, evolving language.
  • Homeric oral poets sang of gray-eyed Athena to give them a moment to remember the next line of poetry.
  • There is a line back from modern Iranian cinema to the ancient oral poets, via the poems of Omar Khayyam.
  • Blackwell argued that Homer had been an oral poet whose songs had been edited into developed epic form long after his death.
  • Irele's first encounters with literature was through folk tales and the oral poets that recounted " raras " in the streets.
  • The Italian philosopher Scottish oral poet Ossian, published by James Macpherson in 1765; Ossian turned out later to have been wholly invented by Macpherson .)
  • In modern Homeric scholarship many of Homer's " nods " are explicable as the consequences of the poem being retold and improvised by generations of oral poets.
  • In one scene, a Pawnee character is accompanied by a voiceover in Inupiak, which is spoken in Arctic Alaska, thousands of kilometers away and a different language family from oral poet.
  • An anatomy of the enduring rhythms behind tap, rap, be-bop and hip-hop from an auspicious trio : Savion Glover ( the dancer ), Reg E . Gaines ( the oral poet ) and George C . Wolfe ( the director ).
  • According to the Greek oral poet Hesiod's " Theogony ", Erebus is the offspring of Aether and Day ( Hemera ), whom she conceived and bore from union in love with Erebus . " Hesiod, " Theogony " ( 120 125)
  • J . A . Dane, in an article characterized as " polemics without rigor " claimed that the appearance of the theme in Ancient Greek poetry, a tradition without known connection to the Germanic, invalidated the notion of " an autonomous theme in the baggage of an oral poet ."
  • Lord reacted to Kirk's and Parry's essays with " Homer as Oral Poet ", published in 1968, which reaffirmed Lord's belief in the relevance of Yugoslav poetry and its similarities to Homer and downplayed the intellectual and literary role of the reciters of Homeric epic.
  • Lord reacted to Kirk and Parry's respective contentions with " Homer as Oral Poet ", published in 1968, which reaffirmed his belief in the relevance of Serbian epic poetry and its similarities to Homer, and downplayed the intellectual and literary role of the reciters of Homeric epic.
  • The Greek oral poet Hesiod refers to the White Isle, which may refer to Mount Teide on Tenerife, whose volcano is often snowcapped and as the island was sometimes called the white isle by explorers, and becomes the Ruler of the Black Sea, and Diomedes becomes the divine lord of an Adriatic island ".
  • While studying under F . M . Cornford at Cambridge, Havelock began to question the received wisdom about the nature of pre-Socratic philosophy and, in particular, about its relationship with oral poet, but Cornford and other scholars of these early philosophers saw the practice as a fairly insignificant convention leftover from Hesiod.
  • Adam Parry, in his 1966 work " Have we Homer's " Iliad " ? ", theorized the existence of the most fully developed oral poet to his time, a person who could ( at his discretion ) creatively and intellectually create nuanced characters in the context of the accepted, traditional story.
  • In Northeast Brazil there are several distinct characteristics that differentiate a poet from a popular poet, an oral poet, an improviser of oral verse ( improvisador, repentista ), a composer, a singer and player, a cordelista, a poeta de bancada, and other denominations  each requiring a certain skill and talent.
  • A " " " ( or ) was a poet as represented in Anglo-Saxon counterpart of the Old Norse " ", with the important difference that " skald " was applied to historical persons, and " scop " is used, for the most part, to designate oral poets " within"
  • J . A . Dane, in an article ( characterised by Foley as " polemics without rigour " ) claimed that the appearance of the theme in Ancient Greek poetry, a tradition without known connection to the Germanic, invalidated the notion of " an autonomous theme in the baggage of an oral poet . " Foley's response was that Dane misunderstood the nature of oral tradition, and that in fact the appearance of the theme in other cultures showed that it was a traditional form.
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