This is almost as much of a pamphlet as a book- fewer then a 100 pages in length.
My particular area of interest is style, particular word styles, figures of speech and patterns, and I like the examples in this book.
This book was assigned for my rhetorical process class, and it was very useful and easy to understand.
I bought this book hoping it would distill some of the information in Aristotle's "Rhetoric". Unfortunately the book is too broad and un-specific. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Undergraduate
This book did little for me. Can't quite say why -- it's short, and spent a lot of its time making acknowledgement to theories. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marc Poirier
This is an exceptionally readable, scholarly take on the concept of rhetoric as the art of persuasion. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Samantha Houston
I didn't use this book hardly at all, because it was dull and dry. I learned better from lecture and the classroom made it better for speech than this guide.Published 14 months ago by Regis
Brief, has what you need in 50 pages - a good revision and a good source of definitions when you need them.Published 18 months ago by Scriblerus
This book will be wonderful for use in an AP Language and Composition class! Has some outstanding material that will aid students tremendously as they prepare for the national... Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by iWrite4ever