By Wendy Olmsted, Walter Jost, Charles Altieri, Don H. Bialostosky, Wayne Booth
A better half to Rhetoric and Rhetorical feedback deals the 1st significant survey in twenty years of the sphere of rhetorical reports and of the perform of rhetorical thought and feedback throughout more than a few disciplines. The contributions are written through best students from numerous various fields and feature all been particularly commissioned for this quantity. They specialise in particular works, difficulties, or figures, pursuing conception and feedback from an engaged and sensible viewpoint. the amount additionally contains an summary of rhetorical traditions, supplying examples of rhetoric from precedent days to the current day. Designed to be obtainable to various scholars and students, A better half to Rhetoric and Rhetorical feedback elaborates in interesting methods simply what it potential to ''think like a rhetorician.''
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A Companion to Rhetoric and Rhetorical Criticism by Wendy Olmsted, Walter Jost, Charles Altieri, Don H. Bialostosky, Wayne Booth