41 books for genre «Books ~~ Language Arts ~~ Rhetoric»

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Aristotle emphasizes upon the three kinds of proof that can be offered in behalf of an argument. This is not light reading, but it is amazing the insight you get into human nature from this book. This is another must in the long line of Aristotle. This book is easy to read in true text, not scanned images that can sometimes be difficult to decipher. This eBook has bookmarks at chapter heading and is printable.

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Volume illuminates many of the tensions present in the field of rhetoric and composition studies, explaining the scope and role of rhetoric in contemporary scholarship. For scholars and other individuals interested in rhetoric and composition studies.­<br

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This book examines the Digital Divide in light of America's larger racial divide, in an attempt to figure out what meaningful access for African American to technologies and the larger American society can or should mean.

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This volume represents current theory and research in rhetoric, across disciplines, and is of interest to scholars and students in rhetoric studies in speech communication, English, and related disciplines.

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This volume represents current theory and research in rhetoric, across disciplines, and is of interest to scholars and students in rhetoric studies in speech communication, English, and related disciplines.

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English Writing and India, 1600-­1920: Colonizing Aesthetics

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Writing has always been a means of making crossings and forging connections between different worlds. Some writers have found it hard to reach an international audience, however: for decades the western literary establishment has been all too ready to sideline writers with mixed cultural or migrant backgrounds as 'marginal', 'multicultural' or simply 'other'. Since its foundation in 1984 the literary magazine Wasafiri has focused on the idea of the writer as someone who transports the imagination beyond the maps of narrowly defined borders, and has promoted a range of new and established voices as well as signposting new waves in contemporary literature worldwide. To celebrate Wasafiri's twentieth anniversary, Writing Across Worlds brings together a selection of interviews with major international writers previously featured in the pages of the magazine. Conducted by a wide constituency of distinguished critics, writers and journalists, the interviews offer a unique insight into . . .

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