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The Origins of Rhetoric in Ancient Greece (Ancient Society and History) Paperback – April 1, 1995


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[An] important and challenging book... Cole's re-seeing of the evidence is compelling and provocative. Certainly it willbe of great interest to serious students of rhetoric, Greek prose, indeed, of ancient literature.

(Classical World)

One of the most intelligent and illuminating books on early prose literature.

(Journal of Hellenic Studies)

Cole's book is a welcome addition to the field of classical rhetorical studies... It is a good example of erudite scholarship.

(Quarterly Journal of Speech)

Provocative... The evidence Cole assembles is as interesting as his thesis.

(Philosophy and Rhetoric)

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Thomas Cole is professor of Greek and Latin at Yale University.


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