Rhetorical Terms and Concepts: A Contemporary Glossary
A concise readable, vocabulary of terms and concepts useful in describing and analyzing writing. Intended to be used as either a reference tool or as an independent text, the glossary allows the user to consult a term as needed to better understand the concepts behind the language of rhetoric.
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