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Rhetoric,

Author: Richard Leslie Larson
Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1968]
Series: The Bobbs-Merrill series in composition and rhetoric [7]
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Larson, Richard Leslie, 1929-
Rhetoric.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1968]
(OCoLC)768251299
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Leslie Larson
OCLC Number: 1073614
Notes: Bibliography (p. [8])--The ideal orator, by Plato.--What rhetoric is, by Aristotle.--The public responsibilities of the orator, by Cicero.--Rhetoric as a social force, by K. Burke.--Rhetoric: its functions and its scope, by D.C. Bryant.--A modern definition of rhetoric, by M. Steinmann, Jr.--Some sources of argument, by Aristotle.--The organization of a speech by Cicero.--Determining the central issue, by Quintillian.--Notes on analyzing issues and beginning the discourse, by R. Whately.--The uses of definition, by H.C. Martin and R.M. Obmann.--The writer's commitment to his reader, by R.M. Gorrell.--On style, by Quintillian.--The interinanimation of words, by I.A. Richards.--A generative rhetoric of the sentence, by F. Christensen.--What we compose, by J. Miles.
Description: 64 pages 27 cm.
Contents: Bibliography (p. [8])--The ideal orator, by Plato.--What rhetoric is, by Aristotle, --The public responsibilities of the orator, by Cicero.--Rhetoric as a social force, by K. Burke, --Rhetoric: its functions and its scope, by D.C. Bryant.--A modern definition of rhetoric, by M. Steinmann, Jr.--Some sources of argument, by Aristotle.--The organization of a speech, by Cicero.--Determining the central issue, by Quintillian.--Notes on analyzing issues and beginning the discourse, by R. Whately.--The uses of definition, by H.C. Martin and R.M. Ohmann.--The writer's commitment to his reader, by R.M. Gorrell.--On style, by Quintillian.--The interinanimation of words, by I.A. Richards.--A generative rhetoric of the sentence, by F. Christensen.--What we compose, by J. Miles.
Series Title: The Bobbs-Merrill series in composition and rhetoric [7]
Responsibility: edited by Richard L. Larson.

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