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Rhetoric : a tradition in transition : in honor of Donald C. Bryant with a reprinting of his "Rhetoric, its functions and scope" and "'Rhetoric, its functions and scope' rediviva"

Author: Walter R Fisher; Donald Cross Bryant
Publisher: [East Lansing] : Michigan State University Press, 1974.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Fisher, Walter R.
Rhetoric.
[East Lansing] : Michigan State University Press, 1974
(OCoLC)643619342
Named Person: Donald Cross Bryant; Donald Cross Bryant
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter R Fisher; Donald Cross Bryant
ISBN: 0870131885 9780870131882
OCLC Number: 1229633
Description: xii, 315 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Rhetorical scholarship in the seventies / Samuel L. Becker --
[1.] Studies in the continuing tradition: Aristotle and the rhetorical process / Oscar L. Brownstein --
Melanchthon's earliest rhetoric / J.R. McNally --
Bacon, rhetoric, and ornament of words / Karl R. Wallace --
Charles Butler on methods of persuasion: a translation / Donovan J. Ochs --
The rhetorical process in eighteenth century England / Michael C. McGee --
Edmund Burke and the East Indian Reform Movement / John P. Bakke --
Edmund Burke and the Regency Crisis of 1788-89 / Bruce E. Gronbeck --
Rhetoric and the humane tradition / Marie H. Nichols --
[2.] Studies in transition: Rhetoric: its function and its scope / Donald C. Bryant --
Rhetoric: its function and its scope, Rediviva / Donald C. Bryant --
The rhetorical situation / Lloyd F. Bitzer --
Rhetoric, communication, and psycho-epistemology / Gary L. Cronkite --
Toward a rhetoric of counterattitudinal advocacy / Gerald R. Miller --
Paradox as a rhetorical strategy / John W. Bowers and Robert E. Sanders.
Responsibility: edited by Walter R. Fisher.

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