Methods of Rhetorical Criticism: A Twentieth-century Perspective

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Bernard L. Brock, Robert Lee Scott, James W. Chesebro
Wayne State University Press, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 518 pages
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Contents

Preface to the Third Edition
7
The NeoAristotelian Approach
32
The Historical Approach
64
The Eclectic Approach
96
The NixonTruman Analog
117
The Epistemic Approach
134
Computer Science as a Rhetoric by James W Chesebro
156
The Dramatistic Approach
183
The Sociolinguistics Approach
282
A Paradigm for Communication by Thomas S Frentz
303
A Sociolinguistic Perspective on Style
321
Inaugurating the Presidency hy Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
343
The Social Movements Approach
361
The Feminist Approach
388
A Typology for Revision
403
From Work to Text by Roland Barthes
441

Flexibility and Interpretation
196
The Fantasy Theme Approach
210
Relationship Styles in Popular Romance Novels 1950 to 1983
223
The Realization of Innocence and Guilt
256
The Constructionist Approach
461
The Deconstructionist Approach
477
Index
515
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