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INTRODUCTORY REMARKS The Terms Prose
THE DELIBERATIVE STYLE The Style of Persuasion
THE EXPOSITORY STYLE Treatise Lesson Sermon
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Aethelbert of Kent ancient Anglo-Saxon Aristotle Athenians authority Beowulf Bernard DeVoto Bresslau called century chapter character chronicle Cicero Ciceronian classical court Croll deliberative argument dictamen discourse documents draftsmen E. M. W. Tillyard effect Elizabethan eloquence English essay Euboea Euphues euphuistic exposition expository expression fact fiction forensic formal Greek Ibid idea indenture style influence instruments Jack Upland John Lyly kind language Latin lawyers letter literature London matter means medieval mind modern narrative Nashe Olynthus oration oratory passage philosophers phrase Piers Plowman poetry present principle prophet prose style punctuation Quintilian quoted Read and MacDonald reader remarks Renaissance rhetoric rhetoricians Roman Second Sophistic sentence sermon speak speaker speech statutes Stoic Stoicism Stuart Chase thing thought tion tradition treatises truth tumbling style types of style typical University Press verse whole words writer Wyndham Lewis York