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In some cases, the same events may be recountecL or the same ideas expounded, and perhaps even the same or almost the same words are used, but the order or sequence of the narrative or lt didactic units may differ. This is called a "transposition or a "sequence variation. It 39 Even when looking at only two manuscripts. broader textual patterns such as frequency of variation should be taken into account. Large scale distribution of the variations should be distinguished from local irregularity.
Smith's argument that the Parry-Lord theory, as it is commonly applied, is logically flawed. Smith emphasizes that Parry and Lord did not just describe the composition techniques of a certain Yugoslav oral epic tradition, but also suggested that any text which 61 Jameson 1972. 62Lord 1960. 63Ingalls & Ingalls, 1985. '27 is "formulaic" in the sense they defined~ must be that way because it has been orally composecL like the epics they recorded. This is faulty logic. " Smith empirically shows that a cenain tex~ and it happens to be a South Asian text, exists which we know is not orally composed even though it is formulaic in Parry's sense.
40 by editors intolerant of textual practices which do not serve their ends). Sometimes? , independent oral transmission over a long period and separate commitment to the writing of local traditions has taken place. , the notion of a single original and therefore correctn text is groundless, so that stemmatics is not only ineffective but It completely misleading. In the Introduction we have discussed the difference between the Lachmannian and the Bedierian schools of textual criticism. The fIrst school is based on the simplistic assumption that texts are derived from an archetype.