Professing the New Rhetorics: A Sourcebook
Theresa Enos, Stuart Cameron Brown
Prentice Hall, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 490 pages
A Blair Press Book. A collection of key texts in twentieth-century rhetoric. The first section contains important theoretical readings from the founders of modern rhetoric; the second section provides influential commentaries on modern rhetorical theory.
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