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Plato Gorgias Translated by W R M Lamb
Plato Phaedrus Translated by H N Fowler
Isocrates Against the Sophists Translated by George Norlin
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accusation Aeschines amplification argument Aristotle Athens Attic orator audience called Chaerephon character Cicero concerned consider Crassus defence demonstrated Demosthenes desire Dialectic discourse discussion eloquence emotion employed enthymemes example expression fact figures forceful forensic give GORG Gorgias grand style Greek hearer Herennium honourable images Isocrates judge justice kind knowledge language learned LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY Lysias manner matter means merely metaphor method mind nature never orator oratory passion person persuasion PHAEDRUS Philodemus philosopher Plato poet Polus possess possible practice praise proof prove question Quintilian reason Refutation regard rhetoric Rhetorica Rhetorica Ad Herennium rhetorician Richard Claverhouse Jebb Roman rules SOCRATES sophistic sort soul speak speaker species speech statement subdued style sublimity syllogism teach teacher tell Theuth things thought Tone topic Translated treatise tropes true truth virtue wish words writing