Artistic and Rhetorical Patterns in Quechua Legendary Texts

Statement of Responsibility:
Bergli, Ågot
Authors:
Series Issue:
3
Date:
2010
Publisher:
SIL International
Publisher Place:
Dallas, Texas
Part Of Series:
SIL International Publications in Translation and Textlinguistics 3
Extent:
xvii, 304 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

List of Figures
Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations

  1. Introduction
  2. 1.1 A general perspective on the study
    1.2 About the data
    1.3 Procedures
    1.4 Significance of the research
    1.5 The organization of this work

  3. Assumptions about Texts
  4. 2.1 Preliminaries
    2.3 Culture and orality
    2.4 Linearity, structures and recall
    2.5 “Text”versus“oral literature”
    2.6 Poeticversus formula
    2.7 Linguistics and text analysis

  5. Theory and Methodology
  6. 3.1 Preliminaries
    3.2 Hymes’s approach
    3.3 Literary/folkloric studies
    3.4 Longacre’sapproach to text analysis
    3.5 Other approaches in line with Longacre’s salience scheme

  7. Quechua Language and Culture
  8. 4.1 Facts about the Quechua languages
    4.2 Some aspects of Quechua culture
    4.3 Verbal art forms

  9. Textual Patterns (I)—Ayacucho Coracora Quechua
  10. 5.1 The textual data
    5.2 The basic organization of the Juan del Oso text
    5.3 The presentational form of the story

  11. Textual Patterns (II)—Ayacucho Coracora Quechua
  12. 6.1 Preliminaries
    6.2 Analysisof smaller texts
    6.2.1 The presentational forms of Ampatopa Cuenton
    6.2.2 The presentational forms of the Mankapa Cuenton
    6.2.3 The presentational forms of Watuchi I
    6.2.4 The presentational forms of Watuchi II
    6.2.5 Typical features in the texts
    6.3 Other patterns seen in Juan del Oso
    6.4 Patterns pertaining in general to the texts

  13. Quechua Textual Patterns—Shausha
  14. 7.1 Preliminaries
    7.2 Languagespecifics
    7.3 Patterns found in the Shausha texts
    7.3.1 The presentational forms of ‘The Fox and the Frog’
    7.3.2 Patterns of other texts
    7.3.3 Shausha texts and Coracora texts compared

  15. Quechua Text Patterns and Their Implications
  16. 8.1 Preliminaries
    8.2 Structural patterns
    8.3 Artistic patterns once more
    8.4 Final remarks

Appendices

Appendix 1 Okumaripa Watuchin
Appendix 2 Okumaripa Watuchin–Chart
Appendix 3 Mankapa Cuenton
Appendix 4 Watuchi I
Appendix 5 Watuchi II
Appendix 6 El Zorroyla Vizcacha I
Appendix 7 El Zorroyla Vizcacha II
Appendix 8 Hwan Usu

Bibliography

Country:
Peru
Work Type:
Subject:
Textlinguistics
Language texts
Discourse
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
7769