The Folklore Period

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  • Jonathan Roper University of Tartu

Paraules clau:

folkloristes, activitat, curs vital, joventut, edat

Resum

Deixant de banda els casos de dedicació al llarg de la vida, hi ha un període de la vida en què és més probable que una persona conreï el folklore? Aquest article argumenta que n’hi ha, i és als anys vint i trenta d’una persona. Es donen diversos exemples històrics per donar suport a aquesta proposta. A continuació, es discuteixen aparents (i reals) excep- cions a aquesta generalització i es presenten una sèrie de possibles explicacions d’aquest fenomen. L’article conclou amb una discussió sobre les implicacions d’aquest fenomen i preguntes per al futur.

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Roper, J. (2021). The Folklore Period. Estudis De Literatura Oral Popular / Studies in Oral Folk Literature, (10), 185–199. Retrieved from https://revistes.urv.cat/index.php/elop/article/view/3255

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