Greco Roman Culture And The New Testament

Author: David Edward Aune
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an older tradition, which is not taken up by Theon;22 in that case, the Gospel
writers could have known the pattern. ... and another poet [epicharmus] wrote: “
The gods in Ancient Rhetoric, I. The Progymnasmata, 153–181. a similar “second
-level” scheme of elaboration in seven stages is explained in the Rhetorica ad
Herennium (composed around 86 bce) 4.43.54–44.57; latin text and english
translation by h. caplan, [cicero], Ad C. Herennium (loeb classical library, 403;
cambridge, ma: ...

Meiji Daigaku Toshokan Z Ka Tosho Mokuroku

Author: Meiji Daigaku. Toshokan
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131-72*8 Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Ad C. Herennium, De ratione dicendi (
Rhetorica ad Herennium) With an English tr. by Harry Caplan. London, W.
Heinemann ; Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1954. lviii, 433p. 17cm. (The Loeb
classical library, No. 403) Latin and English. 131-123*8 Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Brutus. With an English tr. by G. L. Hendrick- son. Orator. With an English tr. by
H. M. Hub- bell. London, W. Heinemann; Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1952.
v, 538p. 17cm.

Visual Power And Fame In Ren D Anjou Geoffrey Chaucer And The Black Prince

Author: S. Gertz
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Edition used: Alcuin, 2. The Rhetoric of Alcuin and Charlemagne: A Translation,
with an Introduction, the Latin Text, and Notes, ed. and trans. Wilbur Samuel
Howell, Princeton Studies in English 23 (Princeton: Princeton University Press,
1941), ll. ... The Loeb Classical Library 403 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University
Press, 1977), discusses the enthymeme as a figure of diction (exornatio
verborum), calling it a contrarium (4.17.25–26), the first of the topoi Aristotle lists
in his Rhetoric.

Hermogenes And The Renaissance

Author: Annabel M. Patterson
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Campion, Thomas. Songs and Masques with Observations in the Art of English
Poesy. Ed. A. H. Bullen. London, 1903. Caplan, Harry. “Classical Rhetoric and
the Mediaeval Theory of Preaching,” in Historical Studies of Rhetoric and
Rhetoricians. ... See Thomas Hoby, tr. Cicero, Marcus Tullius(?) Ad C. Herennium
, De Ratione Dicendi. (Rhetorica ad Herennium) Ed. and tr. Harry Caplan.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press (Loeb Classical Library No. 403), 1964. .
Orator. Ed. and tr.


Author: Renato Barilli
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
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For the works of antiquity, the editions selected were those preferably combining
a rigorous philological apparatus of the texts in Greek or Latin with good
translations in English or another common modern language. ... Dialogus de
rhetorica et virtute. In Rhetores Latini minores. Edited by C. Halm. Lipsiae. 1863.
Anonymous [Cicero]. Rhetorica ad Herennium, Translated by H. Caplan. Loeb
Classical Library 403. Cambridge. Mass.: Harvard University Press; London:
Heinemann, 1954.

Early Modern Communi Cati Ons

Author: Kinga Földváry
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Studies in Early Modern English Literature and Culture Kinga Földváry, Erzsébet
Stróbl. Chew, Samuel C. “The Iconography of A Book of Christian Prayers (1578)
Illustrated.” In Huntington Library Quarterly 8, no. 3 (May, 1945): ... [Cicero,
Marcus Tullius]. Rhetorica Ad Herennium. Translated by Harry Caplan. The Loeb
Classical Library 403. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1954. Cirillo,
Albert R. “Noon-Midnight and the Temporal Structure of Paradise Lost.” In
Milton's Epic ...

The Classical Journal

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[Cicero] Ad C. Herennium De Ratione Di- cendi (Rhetorica ad Herennium). With
an English Translation. By HARRY CAPLAN. (The Loeb Classical Library, No.
403.) Cambridge. Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, London: William
Heine- mann Ltd., 1954. Pp. Iviii, 434. $3.00. WITH THE SUBSTANTIAL revival of
rhetorical scholarship in this country during the past four decades, students of the
theory of public address have looked first to Aristotle rather than to the Hellenistic