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5904. Tác giả chính: Edward P.J. Corbett
Nhan đề: Classical rhetoric for the modern student / Edward P.J. Corbett, Robert J. Connors
Số phân loại : 808 E25; Đặc điểm vật lý: xii, 562Tr : Minh họa ; 25 cm
Tác giả khác: Robert J. Connors
     *Tóm tắt : Widely used in advanced composition and writing courses, Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student discusses the three vital components of classical rhetoric--argument, arrangement, and style--bringing these elements to life and demonstrating their effective use in yesterday's and today's writing. Presenting its subject in five parts, the text provides grounding in the elements and applications of classical rhetoric; the strategies and tactics of argumentation; the effective presentation and organization of discourses; the development of power, grace, and felicity in expression; and the history of rhetorical principles. Numerous examples of classic and contemporary rhetoric, from paragraphs to complete essays, appear throughout the book, many followed by detailed analyses      .

5905. Tác giả chính: George A. Kennedy


Nhan đề: Comparative rhetoric : an historical and cross-cultural introduction / George A. Kennedy
Số phân loại : 808 G347; Đặc điểm vật lý: 238Tr : Minh họa ; 24 cm
     *Tóm tắt : Comparative Rhetoric is the first book to offer a cross-cultural overview of rhetoric as a universal feature of expression, composition, and communication. It begins with a theory of rhetoric as a form of mental and emotional energy which is transmitted from a speaker or writer to an audience or reader through a speech or text. In the first part of the book, George Kennedy explores analogies to human rhetoric in animal communication, possible rhetorical factors in the origin of human speech, and rhetorical conventions in traditionally oral societies in Australia, the South Pacific, Africa, and the Americas. Topics discussed include forms of reasoning, the function of metaphor, and the forms and uses of formal language. The second part of the book provides an account of rhetoric as understood and practiced in early literate societies in the Near East, China, India, Greece, and Rome, identifying unique or unusual features of Western discourse in comparison to uses elsewhere. The concluding chapter summarizes the results of the study and evaluates the validity of traditional Western rhetorical concepts in describing non-Western rhetoric.      .

5906. Tác giả chính: Timothy A. Borchers


Nhan đề: Rhetorical theory : an introduction / Timothy A. Borchers
Số phân loại : 808 T310; Đặc điểm vật lý: xxi, 345 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
     *Tóm tắt : RHETORICAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION presents to undergraduate students a survey of classical and contemporary approaches to rhetorical theory. An engaging and accessible narrative accompanied by numerous relevant examples brings the theory and practice of rhetoric to life for students. Readers are encouraged to reflect on their own uses of rhetoric as they encounter the leading rhetorical theorists, from the past and today. Chapters on Media and Cultural Studies make this book unique among its competitors. Additionally, RHETORICAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION offers a topical, rather than chronological view of rhetoric, helping students see similarities, differences, and relationships between various rhetorical theories. Brief and accessible, RHETORICAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION offers students an exciting introduction to the theory and practice of rhetoric      .

5907. Tác giả chính: George A. Kennedy


Nhan đề: Comparative rhetoric : an historical and cross-cultural introduction / George A. Kennedy
Số phân loại : 808 G347; Đặc điểm vật lý: 238Tr : Minh họa ; 24 cm
     *Tóm tắt : Comparative Rhetoric is the first book to offer a cross-cultural overview of rhetoric as a universal feature of expression, composition, and communication. It begins with a theory of rhetoric as a form of mental and emotional energy which is transmitted from a speaker or writer to an audience or reader through a speech or text. In the first part of the book, George Kennedy explores analogies to human rhetoric in animal communication, possible rhetorical factors in the origin of human speech, and rhetorical conventions in traditionally oral societies in Australia, the South Pacific, Africa, and the Americas. Topics discussed include forms of reasoning, the function of metaphor, and the forms and uses of formal language. The second part of the book provides an account of rhetoric as understood and practiced in early literate societies in the Near East, China, India, Greece, and Rome, identifying unique or unusual features of Western discourse in comparison to uses elsewhere. The concluding chapter summarizes the results of the study and evaluates the validity of traditional Western rhetorical concepts in describing non-Western rhetoric      .

5908. Tác giả chính: Timothy A. Borchers


Nhan đề: Rhetorical theory : an introduction / Timothy A. Borchers
Số phân loại : 808 T310; Đặc điểm vật lý: xxi, 345 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
     *Tóm tắt : RHETORICAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION presents to undergraduate students a survey of classical and contemporary approaches to rhetorical theory. An engaging and accessible narrative accompanied by numerous relevant examples brings the theory and practice of rhetoric to life for students. Readers are encouraged to reflect on their own uses of rhetoric as they encounter the leading rhetorical theorists, from the past and today. Chapters on Media and Cultural Studies make this book unique among its competitors. Additionally, RHETORICAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION offers a topical, rather than chronological view of rhetoric, helping students see similarities, differences, and relationships between various rhetorical theories. Brief and accessible, RHETORICAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION offers students an exciting introduction to the theory and practice of rhetoric      .

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5909. Tác giả chính: Roger Fowler
Nhan đề: Linguistic criticism / Roger Fowler
Số phân loại : 808.0014 R722;      *Tóm tắt : A particularly fruitful development in literary studies has been the application of ideas drawn from linguistics. Precise analytical methods help the practical criticism of texts, while at the same time the theory of language has illuminated literary theory. Linguistic Criticism is an accessible introduction to this often confusing subject. Fowler sets out clearly and simply a variety of analytical techniques whose application he demonstrates in discussions of a wide range of texts drawn from fiction, poetry, and drama. He concentrates on structures that relate literature to ordinary language, stressing the importance of the reader's everyday language skills. This second edition has clarified and expanded sections on the role of the reader in literary criticism and includes more twentieth-century texts and examples      .



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