Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century
Bernard L. Brock
SUNY Press, Nov 5, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 292 pages
This book contributes to the ongoing debate over the future of rhetorical theory and criticism by presenting the stands taken by a variety of prominent Burkean scholars on the following issues: the nature of the Burkean system, Burke and feminism, Burke and postmodernism and multiculturalism, and the nature of symbolic action. It demonstrates that Kenneth Burke anticipated many of the issues rhetorical theorists and critics face as they enter the 21st century.
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