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The rhetorical modes

K. Hope Rhetorical Modes 1 The Rhetorical Modes—Schemes and Patterns for Papers Argument In this class, the basic mode of writing is argument, meaning that your papers will rehearse or play out one idea against another.

Rhetorical Autobiography

Rhetorical Autobiography Abstract This thesis aims to explore autobiography as a rhetorical genre and to explore the personal narrative of Aleshia Brevard, an MTF (male to female) transsexual.

Rhetorical Criticism of Literary Artifacts

Rhetorical Criticism of Literary Artifacts WILLIAM L. BENOIT and KEVIN W. DEAN* Rhetorical criticism began as rhetorical studies of single speeches or speakers.


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Today's schedule •Defining rhetoric

Rhetorical Pedagogy "Without its teaching tradition, rhetoric is not rhetoric, but just another kind of philosophy or literary criticism"

Terms – AP English Language and Composition

It refers to the grammatical or rhetorical framing of words, phrases, sentences, or paragraphs to give structural similarity. This can involve, but is not limited to, repetition of a grammatical element such as a preposition or verbal phrase.

The Rhetorical Situation Lloyd F. Bitzer

The Rhetorical Situation Lloyd F. Bitzer If someone says, That is a dangerous situation, his words suggest the presence of events, persons, or objects which threaten him, someone else, or something of value.

Rhetorical Analysis of Biblical Documents in the Past Decade ...

1 Rhetorical Analysis of Biblical Documents in the Past Decade with Special Focus on the Seven 'Pepperdine' Conferences Vernon K. Robbins, Emory University and University of Stellenbosch Heidelberg 2002 Rhetoric Conference, July 25, 2002 In George A. Kennedy's Festschrift published in 1991 ...

Purpose Statement

A Primer on Rhetorical Analysis Methods: Synopses and Suggested Applications to Lines of Inquiry Concerning Homeland Security and Counter-Terrorism M. Karen Walker • turtleracer@cox. net • (703) 625-1298 Purpose Statement Starting with the break of rhetorical from literary criticism in the ...

A List of Rhetorical Devices

Extended metaphor - a protracted metaphor or conceit which makes a series of parallel comparisons (see conceit) Flattery - Using excessive, untrue, or insincere praise in an attempt to ingratiate oneself with the audience, and therefore make them more likely to accept your opinion Holy War - an ...