Hikâye: Turkish Folk Romance as Performance Art

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Indiana University Press, 2008 - 322 頁

Hikâye is an engaging study of Turkish romance by its leading contemporary student. Ilhan Basgöz presents vivid descriptions of the singers who perform these tales, the performance venues, interactions between singers and audiences, and the romance texts as artistic objects. Part of the fun is the playful interaction between the author and the seasoned characters who taught him their poetic craft. Hikâye will be the definitive work on this tradition, which has cognates in Persian and Arabic tale-telling, as well as links to European medieval romances. A valuable contribution to folklore studies, for scholars, students, and general readers alike.

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Introduction
3
Kars
24
The Aşık
71
Pattern and Structural Analysis of the Hikâye
116
The Struggle to Establish a New Family
133
Performance
153
The Audience
201
A Sad Farewell
214
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關於作者 (2008)

Ilhan BaÅ?göz is Professor Emeritus of Folklore and Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University.

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