Rebirth of Rhetoric
Rebirth of Rhetoric brings together contributions from several fields to provide a forum in which a unifying theory for language and literature studies can be debated.The book does not aim to resurrect classical Renaissance rhetoric, but to remake it within a contemporary context. The context of texts (both spoken and written) is one of the main emphases of this collection, whether it is the ideology informing the text, or the way in which a text is transformed by its audience. The book also aims to present a range of practical approaches to the study of texts of all kinds: literary; televisual; film and photography. It also argues the case for developments in the Arts and Humanities which will bring together people working in Education, Linguistics, Composition, Literature and Cultural Studies.
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Already there are various rhetorical questions (in the fullest sense of those terms) that can be asked: some of these are extratextual and some are intratextual; some may even be intertextual. For example, who has chosen this text?
A good example of this reductionism is the search-and-destroy technique of targeting metaphors and similes in poems. Of the five elements of classical rhetoric, only diction remained as the area of practice.
This point is made by Maybin, for example, in her discussion of children's talk in schools. She suggests that: we need a model of language which acknowledges the collaborative production of dialogue, and the centrality of context to its ...
... second half of the nineteenth century and the establishment of 'English (Literature)' as the central pillar of the humanities from about 1920 (marked, for example, by the publication of Sampson's English for the English in 1921).
These are examples of theoretical questions which, because they are generated from dayto-day issues confronted by teachers in classrooms, ... Third, the modelling technique used, for example, in the Progymnasmata,3 is too cumbersome.
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narrative as rhetorics fourth mode
language ideology and education
4 Rhetoric in the university
rereading the writing classroom
7 On teaching nonfiction
8 Narrative argument and rhetoric
10 A rhetoric of reading
11 Shakespeares rhetoric in action
the case of Wuthering Heights
13 Weathertexts on Spanish French and English language television
the rhetoric of a moment in fashion
9 Intertext or inner text? How children learn to read and talk together