Rhetorics of Order/ordering Rhetorics in English Neoclassical Literature
John Douglas Canfield, J. Paul Hunter, Paul J. Hunter
University of Delaware Press, 1989 - 200 páginas
This collection of essays on the rhetorics of order in English neoclassical literature includes Rose A. Zimbardo's investigation of generic slippage between drama and novel in works by Dryden and Behn; Maynard Mack's analysis of Pope's enduring rhetorics of presentation; and Patricia Meyer Spacks's examination of the heroines of Clarissa and the Italian.
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