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  1. Listening to their voices : the rhetorical activities of historical women

    Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1997.

    The 18 essays in this volume seek to retrieve the voices of women who contributed to the rhetorical realm. Beginning by tracing the patriarchal nature of traditional rhetorical histories, the articles then examine exceptional women rhetoricians, their practices and strategies, throughout history.

  2. Plato's dream of sophistry

    Marback, Richard
    Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1999.

    This text examines Plato's vision of his dialogues becoming sophistic texts open to a variety of interpretations. The author argues that Plato's lasting influence results not from the force of dialogues themselves, but from continued investments in arguing about the dialogues.

  3. Vernacular voices : the rhetoric of publics and public spheres

    Hauser, Gerard A.
    Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c1999.

    An introduction to a conceptual framework for understanding how rhetoric affects public opinion. It maintains that the interaction between everyday and official discourse discloses how members of a complex society discover and clarify their shared interests and shape each other's opinions.

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