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This is a stunning central thesis of The Motives of Eloquence is subtle, complicated, imaginative, and bold. --Anne Barton, 'Shakespeare Quarterly The book offers bold and often controversial insights. Its readers will find themselves bringing significantly altered premises to much of their subsequent reading in the by: The Motives of Eloquence book.
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He taught at Dartmouth, and from to in the English Department at UCLA, where he is now Professor Emeritus.
His latest book, 'The Electronic Word: Democracy, Technology, and the Arts', was published, in both printed and electronic form, by the University of Chicago Press. "This is a stunning central thesis of 'The Motives of Eloquence' is subtle, complicated, imaginative, and bold." - Anne Barton, 'Shakespeare Quarterly "In this brilliant tour de force Lanham speaks with sound and fury -- signifying everything.
He was a National Endowment for the Humanities senior fellow in Lanham is the author of numerous books on writing, including Style: An Anti-textbook, The Motives of Eloquence: Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance, Revising Prose, Revising Business Prose, Analyzing Prose, and Literacy and the Survival of Humanism.5/5(1).
Richard A. Lanham. The Motives of Eloquence: Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Paper. pages. Rhetoric and truth are totally and hopelessly irreconciliable systems ; the problem is solutionless.
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The Motives of Eloquence: Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance: : Lanham, Richard A.: BooksAuthor: Richard A. Lanham. In calling his book The Motives of Eloquence, Lanham pays homage to Ken-neth Burke.
He can take considerable pleasure in the fact that he is no longer a voice crying in the wilderness about Burke's importance, which is at last getting its due recognition. But it seems to me that Lanham gives us too narrow a version of Burke's ideas.
Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Othello after Salvini Stanislavski's Othello for the Moscow Art Theatre The paradox of Golovin's designCited by: 2. Motives of Eloquence: Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance by Lanham, Richard A.
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2 day shipping options: Book by Lanham Richard ABook Edition: 1st Edition. The Motives of Eloquence Febru Introduction In this introduction, Richard Lanham discusses the rhetorical environment and learning methods encountered in the renaissance by the elite class, who would have taken on this training both to contribute to the public life of the renaissance, as well as to display their learning and status.
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