|Series||Garland reference library of the humanities ;, vol. 787|
|LC Classifications||Z2015.R5 H68 1989, PE1403 H68 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 308 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||88021765|
The book is a series of close textual readings of significant texts in American rhetoric, inquiring into the text, the context, the influence of pervasive rhetorical forms and genres, the intentions of the speaker, the response of the audience, and the role of the : Thomas W. Benson. Both a historical recovery and a critical rethinking of the functions and practices of textbooks, Archives of Instruction: Nineteenth-Century Rhetorics, Readers, and Composition Books in the United States argues for an alternative understanding of our rhetorical traditions. The authors describe how the pervasive influence of nineteenth-century literacy textbooks demonstrate the early Cited by: Winifred Bryan Horner argues that an understanding of the changes that occurred in the content of nineteenth-century courses in logic, rhetoric, and belles lettres taught in Scottish universities provides important critical insight into the development of the twentieth-century American composition course, as well as courses in English literature and critical theory.5/5(1). The discipline of nineteenth-century American rhetoric—the focus of this article, although many of the enumerated characteristics pertain to nineteenth-century European.
Get this from a library! Nineteenth-century rhetoric in North America. [Nan Johnson] -- Johnson argues that nineteenth-century rhetoric was primarily synthetic, derived from the combination of classical elements and eighteenth-century belletristic and epistemological approaches to. Placing Thompson’s work in the context of nineteenth-century Native American rhetoric, Lowry argues that Thompson is a skillful rhetor who has much to teach us about our nation’s violent past and how it continues to shape our culture and politics. The purpose of this commentary is to define the characteristics of the nineteenth-century rhetorical tradition in North America and to argue that the nineteenth century was the last era during which the discipline of rhetoric exerted an acknowledged authority over the philosophical investigation of discourse and formal instruction in oral and written communication. the term discipline refers. The nineteenth century was a high-water mark for oral and written rhetoric in English; this was especially true in America. Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison wrote eloquently and passionately on abolition, even as the nation plunged into Civil War.
Nineteenth-Century United States Conduct Book Rhetoric by Women In Mary August JOrdan, a professor of rhetoric at Smith College, pub- lished Correct Writing and Speaking with a national company, A. S. Barnes of New York. Looking very much like a rhetoric textbook, this book yet came out. An important transitional figure between Enlightenment rhetoric and nineteenth-century rhetoric was English logician, rhetorician, and theologian Richard Whately (). His books Elements of Logic () and Elements of Rhetoric () were particularly influential in both Britain and America. This book offers an accessible introduction to teaching and studying rhetoric and composition. By combining the history of rhetoric, explorations of its underlying theories, and a survey of current research (with practical examples and advice), Steven Lynn offers a solid foundation for further study in the field. This item: Writing Instruction in Nineteenth-Century American Colleges (Studies in Writing and Rhetoric) by Professor James A. Berlin Paperback $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by by: