The Rhetoric Canon
Reconsidering rhetoric's role throughout history, this work questions whether a list of canonical texts actually holds authority in the discussion of rhetoric, including views on figures such as Homer and Dante. It argues that rhetoric and its intellectual practices remain crucial to education.
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