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Very Good with no dust jacket. 0810807408. Scholar's name to ffep (R. E. Fantham). Light pen marginalia to about 3 or 4 pages and markings to table of contents.; Contents: Aristotle's earliest 'course of lectures on rhetoric'. Aristotle's first literary effort: the Gryllus, a lost dialogue on the nature of rhetoric / Anton-Hermann Chroust--The definition of rhetoric according to Aristotle / Theresa M. Crem--Some antistrophes to the rhetoric / Robert Price--Rhetoric and dialectic: according to the first Latin commentary on the Rhetoric of Aristotle / S. Robert--Aristotle and the problem of value / Whitney J. Oates--The place of the Enthymeme in rhetorical theory / James H. McBurney--Aristotle's Enthymeme revisited / Lloyd Bitzer--The example in Aristotle's rhetoric: bifurcation or contradiction? / Gerard A. Hauser--A note on the meaning of----in Aristotle's Rhetoric / Joseph T. Lienhard--The Aristotelian topics / William M. Grimaldi--Aristotle's concept of formal topics / Donovan J. Ochs--Aristotle's concept of metaphor in rhetoric / William J. Jordan--An aspect of delivery in ancient rhetorical theory / Robert P. Sonkowsky--Stasis in Aristotle's rhetoric / Wayne N. Thompson--The Aristotelian tradition in ancient rhetoric / Friedrich Solmsen.; 323 pages.
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