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The rhetorical tradition : readings from classical times to the present

Author: Patricia Bizzell; Bruce Herzberg
Publisher: Boston : Bedford/St. Martin's, ©2001.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Bizzell; Bruce Herzberg
ISBN: 0312148399 9780312148393
OCLC Number: 45832260
Description: xv, 1673 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Classical rhetoric. Gorgias. Encomium of Helen --
Anonymous. Dissoi Logoi --
Rhetorica and Herennium, book IV --
Aspasia. Plato. Menexenus --
Gorgias --
Phaedrus --
Cicero. De inventione --
De oratore --
Orator --
Athenaeus. Deipnosophistae --
Plutarch. Lives --
Isocrates. Against the Sophist --
Andidosis --
Aristotle. Rhetoric --
Longinus. On the sublime --
Quintilian. Institutes of oratory --Medieval rhetoric. Augustine. On Christian doctrine, book IV --
Boethius. An overview of the structure of rhetoric --
Anonymous. The principles of letter writing --
Geoffrey of Vinsauf. Poetria nova --
Robert of Basevorn. The form of preaching --
Christine de Pizan. The book of the city of ladies --
The treasure of the city of ladies --
Renaissance rhetoric. Desiderius Erasmus. Copia: foundations of the abundant style --
Ecclesiastes --
Baldesar Castiglione. The book of the courtier --
Peter Ramus. Arguments in rhetoric against Quintilian --
Thomas Wilson. The arte of rhetorique --
Francis Bacon. The advancement of learning --
Novum organum --
Margaret Fell. Women's speaking justified, proved, and allowed by the scriptures --
Madeleine de Scudery. Of conversation --
Of speaking too much, or too little. And how we ought to speak --
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. The poet's answer to the most illustrious Sister Filotea de la Cruz --
Enlightenment rhetoric. John Locke. An essay concerning human understanding --
David Hume. Of the standard of taste --
Mary Astell. A serious proosal to the ladies, part II --
Giambattista Vico. On the study methods of our time --
Thomas Sheridan. A course of lectures on elocution, lecture VI --
Gilbert Austin. Chironomia --
George Campbell. The philosophy of rhetoric --
Hugh Blair. Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres --
Nineteenth-century rhetoric. Richard Whately. Elements of rhetoric --
Maria W. Stewart. Lecture delivered at the Franklin Hall --
Mrs. Stewart's farewell address to her friends in the city of Boston --
Sarah Grimke. Letters on the equality of the sexes and the condition of woman, letters III, IV, and XIV --
Frederick Douglass. Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass --
My bondage and my freedom --
The life and times of Frederick Douglass --
Phoebe Palmer. The promise of the Father, chapter I --
Tongue of fire on the daughters of the Lord --
Frances Willard. Woman in the pulpit --
Woman and temperance --
Alexander Bain and Adams Sherman Hill. English composition and rhetoric --
The principles of rhetoric --
Herbert Spencer. The philosophy of style --
Friedrich Nietzsche. On truth and lies in a nonmoral sense --
Modern and postmodern rhetoric. Mikhail Bakhtin. Marxism and the philosophy of language --
The problem of speech genres --
Virginia Woolf. Professions for women --
Women and fiction --
Dorothy Richardson --
A room of one's own, chapter five --
I.A. Richards. The meaning of meaning --
The philosophy of rhetoric --
Kenneth Burke. A grammar of motives --
A rhetoric of motives --
Language as symbolic action --
Richard Weaver. Language is sermonic --
The Phaedrus and the nature of rhetoric --
Chaim Perelman. The new rhetoric --
The realm of rhetoric --
The new rhetoric: a theory of practical reasoning --
Stephen Toulmin. The uses of argument --
Logic and the criticism of arguments --
Michel Foucault. The archaeology of knowledge --
The order of discourse --
Jacques Derrrida. Signature event context --
Wayne C. Booth. Modern Dogma and the rhetoric of assent --
Helene Cixous. The laugh of the Medusa --
A woman mistress --
Henry Louis Gates Jr. The signifying mondey and the language of signifyin(g): rhetorical difference and the orders of meaning --
Gloria Anzaldua. Borderlands/La frontera --
Stanley Fish. Rhetoric.
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