The rhetorical idiom : essays in rhetoric, oratory, language, and drama, presented to Herbert August Wichelns, with a reprinting of his "Literary criticism of oratory" (1925) / edited by Donald C. Bryant.


New York : Russell and Russell, [1966 [1958] .

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Subjects Oratory.
Rhetoric.
Rhétorique.
Wicheins, Herbert August.
Wichelns, Herbert August. Literary criticism of oratory (1925)
Description viii, 334 pages : map, portrait ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1966 [1958]
©1958
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: Herbert A. Wichelns and the Cornell tradition of rhetoric as a humane study, by E.L. Hunt.--The literary criticism of oratory, by H.A. Wichelns.--Whately on elocution, by W.M. Parrish.--Renaissance rhetoric and modern rhetoric: a study in change, by W.S. Howell.--Rhetoric, politics, and education of the ready man, by K.R. Wallace.--Status in deliberative analysis, by L.S. Hultzén.--Preface to an ethic of rhetoric, by R. Murphy.--The rhetorical structure of the Antimasonic movement, by L.M. Griffin.--An approach to rhetorical criticism, by L.H. Mouat.--Oliver Cromwell, orator, by F.G. Marcham.--Adolph Hitler and the technique of mass brainwashing, by R. Scanlan.--Richard Brinsley Sheridan, parliamentarian, by A.L. Woehl.--The linguistic Mason and Dixon line, by C.K. Thomas.--Significance of verbalization in psychological test responses, by F.S. Freeman.--The revolt in tragicomedy against the grand style, by M.T. Herrick.--A new path for the theatre, by B. Hewitt.--"A peece of a logician": the critical essayist as rhetorician, by D.C. Bryant.--Rhetorical doctrine and some poems of Ronsard, by J. Hutton.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)356674
(OCoLC)ocm00356674
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WorldCat Identities Bryant, Donald Cross, 1905-
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