ⓘ Oral tradition. An oral tradition or oral culture is a way of transmitting history, literature or law from one generation to the next, without a writing system, ..

Haji Qadir Koyi

Haji Qadir Koyi was a Kurdish poet and mullah. He tried to help the growth of nationalism among the Kurds with his writing. He wrote that Kurds should develop literature and newspapers in the Kurdish language. Kurds, he wrote, should write down their oral traditions and their ballads. Koyi thought that literature and political power were both important for the Kurds to develop a state.

                                     

ⓘ Oral tradition

An oral tradition or oral culture is a way of transmitting history, literature or law from one generation to the next, without a writing system, by voice. People tell stories. Often the stories are made into poems and songs to make remembering easy. For example, the Homeric poetry of the Iliad and the Odyssey combined oral literature and oral history. Eventually they were written down.

                                     

1. Other websites

  • The Center for Studies in Oral Tradition
  • The Milman Parry Collection of Oral Literature Online Archived 2007-10-24 at the Wayback Machine
  • Oral Tradition Journal
                                     
  • oral law are rules of human behavior in use in a given culture, religion or other group, which is transmitted by oral tradition and respected. Oral law
  • happened in the past. Oral tradition also called oral culture or oral lore is when cultural material is transmitted orally from older people to younger
  • Legends derived from Latin, Legenda are stories in oral tradition and a narrative of human actions. They are usually old but are believed to have taken
  • that the tradition is orally transmitted or handed down orally meaning that the music is not written down but taught by speaking oral means belonging
  • to be passed on through generations as a way of recording history. Oral tradition This short article about literature can be made longer. You can help
  • were bakhshi Baxsı dede dədə and uzan or ozan. They helped keep oral tradition helped make a shared value system and kept the culture of their people
  • legends, oral history, proverbs, jokes, popular beliefs, customs, and more within a particular people. This also includes the oral traditions of that culture
  • essentially of the Vedas and the agama, preserved initially through oral tradition and eventually written down in Sanskrit. Among the many sacred books
  • to find the earlier oral traditions on which the texts were based. Tradition criticism studies the Bible and looks at how traditions have changed over time
  • fiction, like novels. Short stories are closely related to oral spoken story - telling traditions and prose anecdotes. They all develop the story very quickly