Quintilian on the Teaching of Speaking and Writing: Translations from Books One, Two, and Ten of the Institutio Oratoria

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QUINTILIAN ON THE TEACHING OF SPEAKING AND WRITING

Translations from
Books One, Two, and Ten of the
Institutio Oratoria

Edited by
James J. Murphy

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS

Carbondale and Edwardville

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Selected Bibliography xlix
  • A Note on the Text lii
  • On the Early Education of the Citizen-Orator Books One and Two of the Institutio Oratoria 1
  • Quintilian to Trypho, Wishing Health 3
  • Preface, Addressed to Marcellus Victorius 4
  • Book I 11
  • Chapter One 11
  • Chapter Two 19
  • Chapter Three 25
  • Chapter Four 28
  • Chapter Five 35
  • Chapter Six 49
  • Chapter Seven 58
  • Chapter Eight 64
  • Chapter Nine 69
  • Chapter Ten 71
  • Chapter Eleven 81
  • Chapter Twelve 85
  • Book II 89
  • Chapter One 89
  • Chapter Two 92
  • Chapter Three 95
  • Chapter Four 98
  • Chapter Five 107
  • Chapter Six 112
  • Chapter Seven 114
  • Chapter Eight 116
  • Chapter Nine 119
  • Chapter Ten 120
  • Onthe Adult Education of the Citizen-Orator Book Ten of the Institutio Oratoria 123
  • Book X 125
  • Chapter One 125
  • Chapter Two 132
  • Chapter Three 139
  • Chapter Four 147
  • Chapter Five 149
  • Chapter Six 152
  • Chapter Seven 154
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