Friday, August 06, 2010

Pub: SOUND EFFECTS. Special Issue of ORAL TRADITION 24.2 (2010).

  • "Sound Effects: the Oral / Aural Dimensions of Literature in English: Introduction" by Neil Rhodes and Chris Jones
  • "The Word Made Flesh: Christianity and Oral Culture in Anglo-Saxon Verse" by Andy Orchard
  • "The Trumpet and the Wolf: Noises of Battle in Old English Poetry" by Alice Jorgensen
  • "Mulcaster’s Tyrant Sound" by John Wesley
  • "Shakespeare’s Sound Government: Sound Defects, Polyglot Sounds, and Sounding Out" by Patricia Parker
  • "On Speech, Print, and New Media: Thomas Nashe and Marshall McLuhan" by Neil Rhodes
  • "James Macpherson’s Ossian Poems, Oral Traditions, and the Invention of Voice" by James Mulholland
  • "Theorizing Orality and Performance in Literary Anecdote and History: Boswell’s Diaries" by Dianne Dugaw
  • "Written Composition and (Mem)oral Decomposition: The Case of 'The Suffolk Tragedy'" by Tom Pettitt
  • "Sites of Sound" by Bruce Johnson
  • "Joyce’s Noises" by Derek Attridge
  • "Where Now the Harp?  Listening for the Sounds of Old English Verse, from Beowulf to the Twentieth Century" by Chris Jones
  • "Sounding Out Homer: Christopher Logue’s Acoustic Homer" by Emily Greenwood
(Thanks for the tip to Thomas Farrell.)

To download the essays, visit the journal website here:

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