Examines rhetorical practices in cultures and time sessions that experience obtained little recognition to date.
Focusing on old rhetoric open air of the dominant Western culture, this assortment examines rhetorical practices in Egypt, Mesopotamia, Israel, and China. The publication uncovers trade methods of knowing human habit and explores how those rhetorical practices either mirrored and stimulated their cultures. The essays deal with problems with historiography and lift questions about the appliance of Western rhetorical innovations to those very various historic cultures. A bankruptcy on feedback for instructing every one of those old rhetorics is included.
“…all in all we get a very good figuring out of ways rhetoric functioned in very diverse cultures.” — Bibliotheca Orientalis
"These essays forcefully and engagingly problem the educational ordinary that Athenian rhetoric is foundational. students instructing ‘the classical’ might want to pay shut recognition to the accelerated corpus, and they're going to use this booklet as a relevant textual content in histories of rhetoric classes and as a complement to extra mainstream texts." — Susan Romano, coauthor of Writing in an digital international: A Rhetoric with Readings
Contributors contain Roberta A. Binkley, provide M. Boswell, Richard Leo Enos, William W. Hallo, Paul Y. Hoskisson, Carol S. Lipson, Yameng Liu, Arabella Lyon, David Metzger, C. Jan Swearingen, Deborah Sweeney, James W. Watts, and George Q. Xu.
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