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Public declamations : essays on medieval rhetoric, education, and letters in honour of Martin Camargo

Author: Martin Camargo; Georgiana Donavin; Denise Stodola
Publisher: Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols, [2015]
Series: Disputatio (Turnhout, Belgium), volume 27.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Camargo; Georgiana Donavin; Denise Stodola
ISBN: 9782503547770 250354777X
OCLC Number: 907143532
Description: xxvii, 290 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Georgiana Donavin and Denise Stodola --
Martin Camargo: curriculum vitae --
Part I. Commentaries and Ciceronian Traditions. Affectio in the tradition of the De inventione: philosophy and pragmatism / Rita Copeland --
Master William of Champeaux and some other early commentators on the pseudo-Ciceronian Rhetorica ad Herennium / John O. Ward --
The De inventione commentary by Manegold (of Lautenbach?) and its place in twelfth-century rhetoric / Karin Margareta Fredborg --
'Ironical censors of all': Thomas Nashe and the sixteenth-century commentary tradition / John Pendergast --
Part II. Documents and Epistles. Letter writing and sophistic careers in Philostratus's Lives of the Sophists / Carol Poster --
'Rex celi deus': John Gower's heavenly missive / Georgiana Donavin --
Ends and beginnings in London merchant epistolary rhetoric, c. 1460-1520 / Malcolm Richardson --
Part III. Literature and Theory. Manifestations of otherness in Sir Perceval of Gales: witches, Saracens, and giants / Joerg O. Fichte --
Spatial rhetoric in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight / Denise Stodola --
Part IV. Arts and Education. Commentary on De modo dicendi et meditandi libellus, a twelfth-century guide to prayer and meditation composed in France at the Augustinian Abbey of St Victor under the tutelage of Hugh / Timothy Spence --
Educating the senses on love or lust: Richard de Fournival and Peter of Limoges / Richard Newhauser --
Part V. Rhetoric and Performance. Rhetoric and remedies: or, how to persuade a plant in Anglo-Saxon England / Lori Ann Garner --
Performing Dido / Marjorie Curry Woods --
Two medieval concepts of lingual creativity / James J. Murphy.
Series Title: Disputatio (Turnhout, Belgium), volume 27.
Responsibility: edited by Georgiana Donavin and Denise Stodola.

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