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Escritura y oralidad en la literatura sefardí

AuthorsDíaz-Mas, Paloma
KeywordsLiteratura española
Literatura sefardí
Literatura oral
Historia del libro
Historia de la lectura
Literatura tradicional
Issue Date2003
CitationSigno. Revista de Historia de la Cultura Escrita, 11 (2003), pp. 37-57.
AbstractIn this paper several examples of mutual influence between writing and orality in Sephardic literature will be analysed: 1) oral literature samples which have come through writing (in quotations of Hebrew hymnbooks, in editions of Spanish written in Arabic characters and in manuscripts of personal use)2) elements of orality in written literature (poetry written to be sung, public reading of written text, traditionalism of texts with bookish origin) and 3) tradicionalism of author literature spread by oral means, not traditional ones (performance, radio, records, etc)
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