Table of Contents
- Maps, Diagrams and Tablespage vii
- Acknowledgementspage viii
- Note on orthographypage x
- 1. Anthropology, text and townpage 1
- 2. The interpretation of orikipage 10
- 3. Oriki in Okukupage 39
- 4. Contexts of performancepage 87
- 5. The oriki of originpage 135
- 6. The oriki of big menpage 183
- 7. Disjunction and transitionpage 248
- Appendixpage 292
- Notespage 304
- Bibliographypage 329
- Glossarypage 336
- Indexpage 341
- AE: 21.4 (Nov. 1994): 964-965
- AFSR: 36.3 (Dec. 1993): 144-148
- CJAS: 27.1 (1993): 99-100
- Man: 27.4 (Dec. 1992): 895-896
- AAF: 91.363 (Apr. 1992): 271-276
- IJAHS: 25.3 (1992): 671-673
- JAFH: 33.2 (1992): 331-332
|Title||I could speak until tomorrow : oriki, women and the past in a Yoruba town / Karin Barber.|
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I could speak until tomorrow : oriki, women and the past in a Yoruba town / Karin Barber.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the International African Institute, c1991.
|Subject Headings||• Yoruba (African people)
• Ethnology -- Nigeria
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