3 edition of Roman declamation in the late Republic and early Empire. found in the catalog.
Roman declamation in the late Republic and early Empire.
Stanley Frederick Bonner
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Roman Declamation In The Late Republic And Early Empire Hardcover – January 1, by S.F. Bonner (Author)Cited by: Roman Declamation: In the Late Republic and Early Empire Stanley Frederick Boner Snippet view - This book explores the much maligned and misunderstood genre of declamation.
Instead of a bastard rhetoric, declamation should be seen as a venue within which the rhetoric of the legitimate self is constructed. These fictions of the self are uncannily real, and these stagey dramas are in fact rehearsals for the serious play of Roman identity.
Roman declamation in the late Republic and early Empire. Berkeley, Los Angeles, Univ. of Calif., Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Frederick Bonner.
Roman declamation in the late Republic and early Empire. [Liverpool] University Press of Liverpool, (OCoLC) Online version: Bonner, Stanley Frederick. Roman declamation in the late Republic and early Empire. [Liverpool] University Press of Liverpool, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stanley.
S. Bonner, Roman Declamation in the Late Republic and Early Empire. Liverpool: The University Press, Pp. VIII + + index. 12s. - Volume 40 Issue Author: W.
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BOOK REVIEWS ROMAN DECLAMATION IN THE LATE REPUBLIC AND EARLY EMPIRE. By S. BONNER. Liverpool: University Press of Liverpool, Pp.
viii,index (unpaged). (12s. 6d.) IT is pleasant to see how the despised study of rhetoric flourishes; this book illuminates an important subject, at the same time providing in its.
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Dated in some respects but still useful as a brief introduction. Traces the development of Roman declamation from Cicero through Seneca; the texts’ connections to Greco-Roman law; and declamation’s dialogue with the literature of the Julio-Claudian period.
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