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Modes of rhetoric.

Author: Leo Rockas
Publisher: New York, St. Martin's Press [1964]
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Rockas, Leo.
Modes of rhetoric.
New York, St. Martin's Press [1964]
(OCoLC)646820090
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Rockas
OCLC Number: 307645
Description: xv, 255 pages 22 cm
Contents: ABSTRACT AND CONCRETE SENTENCES. Distichs / Menander --
Haiku / Matsuo Bashō --
Maxims / François, Duc de la Rochefoucauld --
Sentences / Henry David Thoreau --
Inscapes / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Here, dear library, are the papers / Stanley Walker --
Commentary THE STATIC MODES. Description : In the middle / François Rabelais ; London / Charles Dickens ; The stores and houses / Mark Twain ; At first the tiny house / Sarah Orne Jewett ; I sit on the beach / Carol Schultz ; My partner and I / James Shappee ; Commentary --
Definition : Virtue then is a habit / Aristotle ; In that great social organ / Thomas de Quincey ; It is the second-rate writers / H. W. Fowler ; Between the age limits / Vladimir Nabokov ; One, when it occurs / Barbara Sherman ; All puns are bad / William Lindsay ; Commentary THE TEMPORAL MODES. Narration : As they advanced / Xenophon ; It is no little joy / Giovanni Boccaccio ; About thirty years ago / Jane Austen ; Once upon a sunny morning / James Thurber ; John was sitting / Bruce Gearheart ; I lay in the darkness / Ernest Foster ; Commentary --
Process : This diversion is only practiced / Jonathan Swift ; When a writer / Samuel Johnson ; The idle manner of it / Robert Lewis Stevenson ; The first dancing lesson / Leila Daghir ; Promptly at five o'clock / William Maloney ; the sophisticated woman / HIldredth Smith ; Commentary THE MIMETIC MODES. Drama : Away, I do beseech you / William Shakespeare ; Charming day / Oscar Wilde ; Page 121 / Anton Chekhov ; The marvellous [i.e., marvelous] thing / Ernest Hemingway ; It's raining / Donna Quenan ; That's the way / Richard Dewey ; Commentary --
Dialogue : I suppose, Lysis / Plato ; We talked of drinking wine / James Boswell ; I wish I could see / George Bernard Shaw ; A man ought / Langston Hughes ; Look, Discursa / Bonnie Reid ; I simply can't understand / Barbara Balding ; Commentary THE MENTAL MODES. Reverie : Had this volume / Laurence Sterne ; Raskolnikov's thoughts / Fyodor Dostoevsky ; How many! / James Joyce ; Mrs. Dalloway said / Virginia Woolf ; Damn landlady / Robert Flaherty ; I was so afraid / Barbara Miller ; Commentary --
Persuasion : Let us spend one day / Henry David Thoreau ; It goes without saying / Henry James ; Injustice is done / G. K. Chesterton ; In schools and colleges / E. B. White ; A university exists / Richard Knox ; Why would you want / Carol McCormick ; Commentary --
Rhetorical dominance.

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