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This is the passing on from one generation (and/or Locality) to another of songs, charts, proverbs and other version compositions within and between non-literate cultures; or the accumulated stock of works thus transmitted by word of mouth. Ballade, Folktales, and the works emerging from an oral tradition will often be found in several different versions, because each performance is a fresh improvisation based around a ‘core’ of narrative incidents and dramatic phrases. The state of dependence on the spoken word in and cultures is known as Orality.

Folklore:Is a dictations stay embodying beliefs, traditions, superstitions, motions, customs, prejudices and observance of a people. Folklore is composed of oral traditions transmitted by word of mouth. The story teller as a creative writer paints a picture of a time. Life situation and makes use of elements of drama viz. Characterization, setting, language, costumes and spectacle (side attractions; the visual effect of drama). Under folklore are folksongs/tales.

See also  POETRY

A Folklorist: Is he/she who studies folklore

 

Online Work

Write a short note on:

  1. Oral tradition
  2. Folklore

 

Assignment

  1. Who is a Folklorist?
  2. How did Folklore uses the elements of drama? Discuss

 

See also

DRAMA

POETRY AND TYPES OF POETRY

POETRY

PROSE

ELEMENT OF PROSE

See also  GENRE OF LITERATURE – PROSE, POETRY AND DRAMA
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