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Re: Balochi Oral Literature
« Reply #30 on: September 26, 2011, 12:51:09 AM »
BALOCHI Literature
of the best known, the following may serve, in addition to those mentioned above: ʿAbbâs ʿAlî Zîmî, short stories, poems; Abdul Qâdîr Nûrî, short stories; Ahmad zahîr, poems, essays, b. 1944; Atâ Šâd, poems, b. 1939; Sayyed Hâšemî, essays, poems, novels, 1926– 80; Mohammad Ashâq Samîm, poems, b. 1923; Murâd Sâhir, poems, b. 1927; Ne’mat-Allâh Gičkî, essays, short stories; Sûrat Khan Marî, short stories, essays. For a much more complete list, see Jahani 1989.
5. Miscellaneous verse
This category of poetry does not strictly qualify as literature, but it is worth presenting a short list and description of what has been published:
songs –
– Hâlô , a marriage song sung during the three days of preparation of the bride for the ceremony, usually sung by one woman singer, and interspersed with choruses by other women.
- Laylarî (laylô), a girls’ song.
-Nâzînk , a girls’ love song.
-Môrô , a love song sung by men or women, sometimes with accompaniment
-Lîkô , perhaps the best known, a work or travel song.
-Zahirôk , a song of separation, yearning and homesickness.
-Môdag , an elegy, sung by women mourners (modakašš ) at a wake. (Examples of all these are to be found in Barker and Mengal 1969 II, pp. 328– 49; all are in Raxšânî.)
-Dastânag , a short song sung with the accompaniment of the nar flute (see Dames 1907, no. LXIII, with remarks in Vol I, pp. 184– 85).
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Kreyenbroek, Philip G. (Editor); Marzolph, Ulrich (Editor); Yarshater, Ehsan (Editor). History of Persian Literature, Volume XVIII : Oral Literature of Iranian Languages, Volume 2 : Kurdish, Pashto, Balochi, Ossetic, Persian and Tajik.
London, GBR: I.B.Tauris, 2010. p 197.


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Re: Balochi Oral Literature
« Reply #31 on: September 26, 2011, 12:51:51 AM »
ORAL Literature OF IRANIAN Languages
Riddles and conundrums Examples are given in Dames 1907, no. LXIV; cf. Vol. I, pp. 195– 96. All in Eastern Hill Balochi, called Buj(h)ârat. Elfenbein 1983 (pp. 112– 17) contains a collection of thirty-six, in Co dialect; they are here called habr/pahêlî.
Proverbs See Elfenbein 1989, where thirty-two proverbs are given, in various dialects. abir (n. d.) also has a large collection.

Kreyenbroek, Philip G. (Editor); Marzolph, Ulrich (Editor); Yarshater, Ehsan (Editor). History of Persian Literature, Volume XVIII : Oral Literature of Iranian Languages, Volume 2 : Kurdish, Pashto, Balochi, Ossetic, Persian and Tajik.
London, GBR: I.B.Tauris, 2010. p 198.

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Re: Balochi Oral Literature
« Reply #32 on: September 26, 2011, 12:53:02 AM »
Shalla shoma e nebshtank dost be, u nap daa.
 
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Re: Balochi Oral Literature
« Reply #33 on: October 25, 2011, 12:23:17 PM »
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