An introduction to classical rhetoric: essential readings
An anthology of primary texts in translation, An Introduction to Classical Rhetoric offers an overview of the social, cultural, and intellectual factors that influenced the development and growth of rhetoric during the classical period.
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Introduction to Greek Rhetoric
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