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Oral Tradition 1/2 (1986): 272-301 Orality in Medieval Irish Narrative: An Overview Joseph Falaky Nagy Celtic scholars do not doubt that there was an active oral narrative tradition functioning in pre-Christian and medieval Christian Irish society. Until recently, tradition-bearers with amazingly large story-repertoires could be found among Gaelic-speaking peasants and fi shermen in Ireland and Scotland. These creative oral artists, often neglected and no longer listened to in their own time, bore vivid testimony to a long-lived and rich Gaelic tradition of stories and narrative techniques—a tradition that is often referred to in the extant corpus of medieval Irish
  • tale airec menman uraird maic coisse
  • passages
  • generation to generation
  • generation upon generation
  • generation after generation
  • generation by generation
  • material
  • oral tradition
  • tale
  • literary tradition

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