By William Dominik,Jon Hall
- A advisor to Roman rhetoric from its origins to the Renaissance and beyond
- Comprises 32 unique essays via prime foreign scholars
- Explores significant figures Cicero and Quintilian in-depth
- Covers a huge diversity of issues equivalent to rhetoric and politics, gender, prestige, self-identity, schooling, and literature
- Provides feedback for additional analyzing on the finish of every chapter
- Includes a word list of technical phrases and an index of right names and rhetorical concepts
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