My Baby - Prehistoric RhythmDisc 11 Electrified2 Same Wave3 Love Dance4 Cosmic Radio5 Ancient Tribe6 Moon Shower7 Make A Hundred8 Luminate9 Haunt Me10 Sunflower Sutra11 Sunroof Diesel Blues12 Straight No Chaser13 Haunt Me (Slight Return)
The Arc Of Tension (CD+MP3)Disc 11 A tribe called Kotori2 By my side3 Tankwa Town4 Byron Bay5 Spiritual but not religious6 A star called Akasha7 Through the darkness8 Planetarium9 They cant hold me back10 Néwaye11 Chaturanga12 Power to the people13 T
Welcome To The Pleasuredome (25th Anniversary Special Edition)Disc 11 The world is my oyster2 Welcome to the pleasuredome3 Relax (come fighting)4 War (and hide)5 Two tribes6 For the victims of ravishment7 Ferry (go)8 Born to run9 San Jose (The way)10 Wish
Seven hundred years after the age of Destruction, all is not well in the Euro-African Federation settlement at Avebury. The ancient British tribes who inhabit the forest beyond the perimeter of the Federation-imposed civilisation have taken up the notions of self-rule and nationalism. Will there be a show of strength, or will native British shrewdness prevail? Please note: This is a vintage recording. The audio quality may not be up to modern day standards. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gabriel Wolff. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rnib/000065/bk_rnib_000065_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,7, University of Münster (Englisches Seminar), course: Contemporary American and Canadian Fiction, 23 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Oral storytelling is a tradition inherent to all cultures. By definition, its genre is determined by its original oral transmission; many of the world´s greatest literary classics such as El Cid, La Chanson de Roland, Beowulf or the Odyssey were originally orally transmitted. In most cases the author is unknown and the story has undergone many modifications in the course of the telling processes; still they are today´s primary testimonies for language, history, culture and people of the past. In this paper, a definition of oral storytelling will be provided along with an introduction in order to define the subject matter as well as the significance of putting oral storytelling into writing as Silko did in Ceremony. Leslie Marmon Silko was brought up in the Laguna Pueblo community in New Mexico, a Native American tribe where storytelling plays an important cultural role . For Silko, the process of writing her novel Ceremony was not only a way of staying sane - as she states herself - but also to identify with her Native American origins. In this novel, she points out the opposition between the Native stories about reciprocity with nature and Euro-American stories of dominion. This confrontation is a conflict of two paradigms reflecting the protagonist´s, Tayo´s, inner state of mind; he has to reconstruct stories to reestablish an agreement with both cultures - for himself. The main focus will therefore be on the forms and functions of storytelling in the novel itself. Hereby, crucial aspects revolving around the cultural differences between Native American and Euro-American culture, the clash of cultures and both sides´ impact on the individual will be in the center of discussion. The conclusion summarizes the paper´s assessment of the results attained.