Presents a survey of Roman rhetoric that explores its ranging cultural importance. This book covers topics such as: the evolution of Roman rhetoric from its origins to the Renaissance; rhetoric's role in education and acculturation; the seminal importance of rhetoric in statesmanship and politics; and more.An essay on satire in a volume dedicated to rhetoric raises interesting questions, not least of which might be the skeptical ... have not consciously employed some of the resources of rhetoric: this essay will be about how they do that, after all.
|Title||:||A Companion to Roman Rhetoric|
|Author||:||William Dominik, Jon Hall|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-01-11|