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In the decades since, his “big job” has been translating these field recordings, and other stories from across the continent, into English from languages like Xhosa, Swahili, and Yoruba. In Southern Africa, the storytellers did not get paid, this is not their profession. And so it seems to me it’s necessary that everybody in one way or another be a storyteller. And also, the animals are often not animals, but are fantasy kinds of creatures.
In the process, he has emerged in the US as a champion of a tradition that is often maligned in academia as secondary to the written canon. Storytellers are constantly in the process of taking ancient images and casting them into contemporary kinds of forms. I don’t care where it is, whether it’s written or oral, the fact is that every story has been heard before. So if we’re looking for originality we’re going to find it, but in unique kinds of ways. Connecting the present and the past, connecting the storyteller and the audience. They’re devices the storyteller uses to take us inside the real-life characters. The storytellers do not have obvious meanings or morals attached to the stories. As stories become more complex, these patterns and fantasy images and so forth become more complex.
Scheub had his first brush with African oral folklore a few years earlier, during an English teaching gig in Uganda.
As a burgeoning linguist, hearing ancient tales recounted in their original tongue fascinated him, and he resolved to return with the tools and know-how to create an aural archive of stories so that they might be translated, studied and preserved.
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When the bus line ran out, he walked, and then started knocking on doors.At that time, occupants of single-family homesteads deep in the South African bush were, he recalls, “very wary, and very uncertain” about a random white man showing up outside with a newfangled recording device in hand.But Scheub succeeded in convincing locals he was neither a white supremacist nor a government official, and “once the stories started coming, they were just magnificent.” After four years in the field, Scheub had walked six thousand miles and collected nearly ten thousand stories. Storytelling, I learned very early, is a means of communicating, probably the means of communicating ideas, and communicating the organization of a society.“That one was on purpose,” the Family Guy creator, 44, told Us Weekly exclusively while celebrating the 300th episode of the Fox animated sitcom at a party […] Little monsters, you’re in for a treat!Lady Gaga’s bassist Jonny Goood opened up about the Joanne world tour and more in this exclusive interview with Us Weekly.