Selected essays of Edward P. J. Corbett

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Southern Methodist University Press, Apr 1, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 359 pages
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Contents

Hugh Blair as an Analyzer
2
A Method of Analyzing Prose Style
22
What Is Being Revived? 1967
48
A New Look at Old Rhetoric 1967
61
The Rhetoric of the Open Hand and the Rhetoric
98
A Survey of Rhetoric from Classical Rhetoric
114
The Theory and Practice of Imitation
177
Rhetoric the Enabling Discipline 1972
192
John Lockes Contributions to Rhetoric 1981
225
The Roots of Writing across the Curriculum
241
The Humanistic Strand
267
The Cornell School of Rhetoric 1985
289
Teaching Style 1986
305
The Changing Strategies of Argumentation
322
Where Are the Snows of Yesteryear?
341
Copyright

Some Rhetorical Lessons
209

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About the author (1989)

James L. Golden, Professor Emeritus of Communication at Ohio State University, served as Chair of the Department from 1975 through 1983. Currently he is Visiting Professor of Communication Studies at Emerson College. Among the books he has co-authored are "The Rhetoric of Black Americans "(1971), "Practical Reasoning in Human Affairs "(1986), and "The Rhetoric of Western Thought, "4th ed. (1989).


Edward P. J. Corbett, Professor of English at Ohio State University, is author or editor of 14 books, including "Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student, "3rd ed. (1990), "The Little English Handbook, "5th ed. (1987), and "Selected Essays" "of Edward P. J. Corbett "(1989). In 1986, he received both the Ohio State Distinguished Scholar Award and the NCTE Distinguished Service Award and in 1989 was named Rhetorician of the Year at the Young Rhetoricians' Conference.