The History and Theory of Rhetoric: An Introduction (6th Edition) – eBook

eBook details

  • Author: James A. Herrick
  • File Size: 10 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 346 pages
  • Publisher: Routledge; 6th edition
  • Publication Date: September 22, 2017
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B075V5336P
  • ISBN-10: 1138223670, 1138223662
  • ISBN-13: 9781138223677, 9781138223660


By tracing the standard development of rhetoric from the Greek Sophists to modern theorists, The History and Theory of Rhetoric 6th edition (PDF)  highlights how convincing public discourse carries out necessary social functions and forms our lives. College trainees acquire a conceptual structure for practicing and examining convincing writing and speaking in a wide variety of settings and in both visual and composed media. This brand-new 6th edition consists of higher attention to non-Western research studies, along with modern advancements such as the feminist rhetoric, rhetoric of science, the rhetoric of display screen, and relative rhetoric. Known for its modern examples and clear composing design throughout, The History and Theory of Rhetoric highlights the importance of rhetoric to today’s trainees.



James Herrick welcomes trainees “even more up and even more in” to the shapes and depths of the art of rhetoric. He provides severe engagements with historic books that ground the art and wades into the currents of modern theories that all at once question and trust our rhetorical heritage.” – Calvin L. Troup, Geneva College, USA

In my viewpoint, The History and Theory of Rhetoric is the very best rhetorical history etextbook on the marketplace. Students at all levels value its appealing, uncomplicated method. Even so, severe theoretical and philosophical concerns that occur from rhetoric’s history get the attention and care they are worthy of. The ebook strikes a best balance in between availability and rigor.” – Jackie Wheeler, Arizona State University, USA

“The History and Theory of Rhetoric 6e balances succinct and illuminating evaluations of canonical thinkers with crucial conversations of the rhetorical custom’s blind areas, internal disputes, and regular course corrections. Its available prose and dynamic speed assist my trainees easily collar possibly challenging product, and acknowledge how the insights of the previous resound through modern culture.” – Brett Ingram, Ph.D., Boston College, USA

“The History and Theory of Rhetoric is not merely an ebook however an interesting journey to check out the spectacular world of speech and mind affiliation throughout centuries, and its impact on different social advancements of mankind. It varies and inclusive for perpetuity and civilizations. The ebook is simple to comprehend and never ever easy. It supplies helpful abilities, important understanding and competitive tools. The ebook is a should for all those who wish to check out the World of rhetoric!” – Anahit Parzyan, Nanjing University, China

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