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Studies in Malaysian Oral and Musical TraditionsWilliam P. Malm and Amin Sweeney 1974 Open access edition funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities / Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Humanities Open Book Program
The second study is "Professional Malay Story-Telling: Some Questions of Style and Presentation" by Amin Sweeney. In view of the hitherto almost exclusive concern with the content of such tales as those of Sang Kanchil or Pak Pandir, Sweeney throws some light on the form, style, and presentation of oral Malay literature, with special reference to that class of story-telling popularly known as penglipur lara, or what Winstedt termed "folk romances."
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