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Rhetoric Definition and Examples - Grammar and Composition
Rhetoric is the study and practice of effective communication.
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Rhetorical Canons - Grammar and Composition - About.com
In classical rhetoric, the five overlapping offices or divisions of the rhetorical process.
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Classical Rhetoric - Definition and Examples
The practice and teaching of rhetoric in ancient Greece and Rome from roughly the fifth century B.C. to the early Middle Ages.
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Deliberative Rhetoric - Definition and Examples
According to Aristotle, one of the three major branches of rhetoric: speech or writing that attempts to persuade an audience to take (or not take) some action.
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Epideictic Rhetoric - Definition and Examples
According to Aristotle, one of the three major branches of rhetoric: speech or writing that praises or blames. (The other two branches are deliberative and judicial.).
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judicial rhetoric - definition and examples of judicial rhetoric - oratory
According to Aristotle, one of the three branches of rhetoric: speech or writing that considers the justice or injustice of a certain charge or accusation. (The other ...
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Speech (Rhetoric) - Glossary Definition - Grammar and Composition
In rhetoric, a formal address delivered to an audience--an oration or oral presentation.
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Grammar: Rhetorical Act - Definition and Examples
The context of a rhetorical act, made up of a rhetor, an issue, and an audience.
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new rhetoric(s) - definition and examples of the new rhetorics
New rhetoric is a catch-all term for various efforts in the modern era to revive, redefine, and/or broaden the scope of classical rhetoric. Two major contributors to ...
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The Five Canons of Classical Rhetoric - Grammar and Composition
Answer: As defined by the Roman philosopher Cicero and the unknown author of Rhetorica ad Herennium, the canons of rhetoric are these five overlapping ...
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