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Oral-Formulaic Theory: Annotated Bibliography

Area Abbreviations

  • - Albanian
  • - African
  • - Ancient Greek
  • - American Indian
  • - American Literature
  • - Afghan
  • - Andaman Islands
  • - Anglo-Norman
  • - Arabic
  • - Armenian
  • - Barbar
  • - Bibliography
  • - Byzantine Greek
  • - Bahamian
  • - Bible
  • - Blues
  • - Basque
  • - British
  • - Bulgarian
  • - Babylonian
  • - Concordance
  • - Chinese
  • - Contemporary Poetry and Fiction
  • - Comparative
  • - Czech
  • - Danish
  • - Egyptian
  • - Eskimo
  • - Estonian
  • - Ethiopian
  • - Faroese
  • - Folk Ballad
  • - Folklore
  • - Film
  • - Finnish
  • - Folk-preaching
  • - French (later than OF)
  • - Fulani
  • - Germanic
  • - Haitian
  • - Hebrew
  • - Hispanic
  • - Hindi
  • - Hittite
  • - Hawaiian
  • - Hungarian
  • - Indo-European
  • - (Asian) Indian
  • - Iranian
  • - Islamic
  • - Italian
  • - Japanese
  • - Javanese
  • - Kirghiz
  • - Kazakh
  • - Latvian
  • - Languedoc
  • - Latin
  • - Middle English
  • - Modern Greek
  • - Middle High German
  • - Modern Irish
  • - Molokan
  • - Melanesian
  • - Mongol
  • - Music
  • - Mayan
  • - Narte
  • - Norwegian
  • - Old English
  • - Old French
  • - Old High German
  • - Old Irish
  • - Old Norse
  • - Ostyak
  • - Old Saxon
  • - Polish
  • - Romanian
  • - Russian
  • - South American Indian
  • - Serbo-Croatian
  • - Scandinavian
  • - Sanskrit
  • - Scots
  • - Sumerian
  • - Swedish
  • - Tibetan
  • - Toda
  • - Theory
  • - Thai
  • - Tukish (and the Turkic languages)
  • - Tunisian
  • - Ugaritic
  • - Ukranian
  • - United States
  • - Uzbek
  • - Vogul
  • - (British) West indies
  • - Welsh
  • - Yiddish