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Storytelling in Chefchaouen Northern Morocco comprises units of stories informed by way of diversified storytellers with an annotated research of the oral functionality, transliterations and translations. the aim is to maintain part of the sector s oral culture of storytelling within the vernacular language within which it's been transmitted, offering the unique texts with parallel English translation. moreover, the cultural, literary, and linguistic heritage valuable for figuring out this physique of oral functionality is given. a mix of disciplines (anthropology, philology, sociolinguistics, dialectology, comparative literature, ethnography, typology) is utilized to the linguistic and literary positive aspects of the current corpus."

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