Speech Criticism, the Development of Standards for Rhetorical Appraisal

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We acknowledge our indebtedness to a host of scholars. Among the many men from whose writings we have derived substantial assistance are Charles S. Baldwin, Richard C. Jebb, J. F. D'Alton, J. W. H. Atkins, W. Rhys Roberts, and Myron F. Brightfield. Furthermore, works in the Loeb Classical Library and other translations have been of inestimable value.We wish to express our thanks to the following publishers and individuals for permission to reprint passages from the specified sources:
The Macmillan Company: J. E. C. Welldon (translator), The Rhetoric of Aristotle and The Politics of Aristotle; R. C. Jebb, The Attic Orators; Charles S. Baldwin , Ancient Rhetoric and Poetic and Medieval Rhetoric and Poetic; George W. Botsford, Hellenic History; A. Croiset and M. Croiset, Abridged History of Greek Literature; C. T. Winchester, Some Principles of Literary Criticism; J. B. Bury, The Ancient Greek Historians; Brand Blanshard, The Nature of Thought; W. Rhys Roberts (translator), Dionysius of Halicarnassus on Literary Composition, Longinus on the Sublime, and Dionysius of Halicarnassus: The Three Literary Letters ( Cambridge University Press); Louis Cazamian, Criticism in the Making; John Morley, Life of William Ewart Gladstone; Lord Curzon, Modern Parliamentary Eloquence; J. W. H. Atkins, Literary Criticism in Antiquity( Cambridge University Press); F. H. Colson, M. Fabii Quintiliani Institutionis Oratoriae Liber I ( Cambridge University Press); W. A. Edward (translator), The Suasoriae of Seneca the Elder ( Cambridge University Press); S. F. Bonner, The Literary Treatises of Dionysius of Halicarnassus ( Cambridge University Press); and The Cambridge History of American Literature ( Cambridge University Press).
The Harvard University Press (Loeb Classical Library): J. W. Cohoon (translator), Dio Chrysostom; R. D. Hicks (translator), Diogenes Laertius-- Lives of Eminent Philosophers; George Norlin (translator), Isocrates; Charles F. Smith (translator), Thucydides; W. C. Wright (translator), Philostratus and Eunapius: The Lives of the Sophists; A. M. Harmon (translator), Lucian; C. R. Haines (translator), The Correspondence of Marcus Cornelius Fronto; and William Melmoth (translator), Pliny: Letters.
Harper and Brothers: Essays in Intellectual History; E. A. Burtt, Principles and Problems of Right Thinking; J. P. Mahaffy, A History of Classical Greek Literature; Adams S. Hill, The Principles of Rhetoric; George R. Collins and John S. Morris, Persuasion and Debate; Philo Buck, Literary Criticism; Stella Benson , Pull Devil, Pull Baker; and John A. Broadus, Preparation and Delivery of Sermons.
D. Appleton-Century Company, Inc.: Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking; W. E. H. Lecky, A History of England in the Eighteenth Century; Alexander Bain , The Senses and the Intellect; and James Bryce, William Ewart Gladstone.
Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc.: I. A. Richards, Principles of Literary Criticism.

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