Twentieth-Century Rhetorics and Rhetoricians: Critical Studies and Sources

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TWENTIETH-CENTURY RHETORICS AND RHETORICIANS
Critical Studies and Sources

Edited by
Michael G. Moran
and
Michelle Ballif

GREENWOOD PRESS
Westport, Connecticut · London

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Twentieth-Century Rhetorics and Rhetoricians: Critical Studies and Sources
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xi
  • Bibliography xxviii
  • FRANK AYDELOTTE (1880-1956) 1
  • Bibliography 5
  • MIKHAIL BAKHTIN (1895-1975) 7
  • Notes 19
  • ROLAND GÉRARD BARTHES (1915-1980) 23
  • JAMES A. BERLIN (1942-1994) 32
  • Notes 40
  • ANN E. BERTHOFF (1924- ) 44
  • Bibliography 47
  • WAYNE C. BOOTH (1921- ) 49
  • Conclusion 60
  • JAMES BRITTON - (1908-1994) 62
  • Bibliography 67
  • GERTRUDE BUCK - (1871-1922) 69
  • Bibliography 72
  • KENNETH DUVA BURKE - (1897-1993) 75
  • Bibliography 87
  • FRANCIS CHRISTENSEN (1902-1970) 90
  • BIBLIOGRAHY 93
  • HÉLÈNE CIXOUS (1937- ) 95
  • Notes 98
  • ROBERT J. CONNORS (1951- ) 101
  • Bibliography 104
  • EDWARD P. J. CORBETT (1919-1998) 107
  • Bibliography 115
  • FRANK J. D'ANGELO (1928- ) 116
  • Bibliography 119
  • PAUL DE MAN (1919-1983) 121
  • Notes 128
  • JACQUES DERRIDA (1930-) 130
  • Note 141
  • PETER ELBOW (1935- ) 144
  • Bibliography 150
  • JANET EMIG (1928- ) 153
  • Bibliography 157
  • LINDA FLOWER (1944- ) 159
  • Bibliography 167
  • MICHEL FOUCAULT (1926-1984) 169
  • Bibliography 183
  • ERNESTO GRASSI (1902-1992) 185
  • Bibliography 189
  • JÜRGEN HABERMAS (1929- ) 190
  • Notes 198
  • WINIFRED HORNER (1922-) 202
  • BEBLIOGRAPHY 206
  • JAMES L. KINNEAVY (1920-1999) 208
  • Bibliography 215
  • ALBERT KITZHABER (1915- ) 219
  • Bibliography 227
  • RICHARD A. LANHAM (1936--) 228
  • Note 242
  • Bibliography 243
  • ANDREA A. LUNSFORD (1942- ) 245
  • Bibliography 250
  • JAMES MOFFETT (1929-1996) 258
  • Bibliography 264
  • DONALD M. MURRAY (1924- ) 266
  • Bibliography 270
  • RICHARD OHMANN (1931- ) 271
  • Bibliography 275
  • WALTER J. ONG (1912- ) 278
  • Bibliography 286
  • CHAÏM PERELMAN (1912-1984) 289
  • Bibliography 301
  • I. A. RICHARDS (1893-1979) 304
  • Bibliography 312
  • Notes 318
  • MINA SHAUGHNESSY (1924-1978) 321
  • Bibliography 329
  • STEPHEN E. TOULMIN (1922- ) 331
  • Bibliography 335
  • VICTOR J. VITANZA (1940- ) 336
  • Bibliography 341
  • Richard M. Weaver (1911-1963) 343
  • Bibliography 351
  • W. ROSS WINTEROWD (1930- ) 353
  • Bibliography 361
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY 363
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 385
  • Index 399
  • ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS 415
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