Table of contents for Invention and method in Greek rhetorical theory : two treatises from the Hermogenic corpus / the Greek text, edited by Hugo Rabe ; with introductions, English translations, and notes by George A. Kennedy.

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Index of Short Titles Used in the Notes
On Invention
Book 1: Prooemia
1.	On Prooemia from HypolÉpsis (Suppositions)
2.	On Prooemia from Hypodiaeresis (Subordination)
3.	On Prooemia from Periousia (Superfluity)
4.	On Prooemia from Kairos (Occasion)
5.	On All Prooemia, and Of How Many Parts They Are Composed
Book 2: Diegesis (Narration or Statement of Facts)
1.	On Katastasis or Diegesis
2.	On Emigrations and Invention in Declamation about Them
3.	On Proposals about Laws
4.	On War and Peace
5.	On Impiety or Homicide
6.	On Wrongs to the State
7.	On Diegesis
Book 3: KataskeuÉ (Confirmation or Proof)
1.	Prooemion
2.	On ProkataskeuÉ
4.	On Headings
6.	On Enstasis and Antiparastasis
3.	On Biaion
5.	On Epikheiremes
7.	On Ergasia of Epikheiremes
8.	On Enthymeme
9.	<On the Epenthymeme>
10.	On Ap' ArkÉs akhri Telous
11.	<On What Is Called a Plaston (Fictive) Epikheireme>
12.	<On Lysis of From-Beginning-to-End in a Pragmatic Question>
13.	On the Arrangement of Epikheiremes
14.	On Definition
15.	On DiaskeuÉ
Book 4
Features of Prose Style
1.	On Figures of Speech
2.	On Antitheton
3.	On Period
4.	On Pneuma
5.	On Tasis
6.	On Dilemmaton
7.	On Parekhesis
8.	On Kyklos
9.	On Epiphonema
10.	On Trope
11.	On Solemn Language
12.	On Kakozelon
Declamation Problems
13.	On Figured Problems
14.	On Comparative Problems
On Method of Forceful Speaking
1.	(On Different Possible Meanings of a Word)
2.	On All (Unfamiliar) Diction
3.	On Mistakes in Word Usage
4.	When To Use the Same and When To Use Varied Words
5.	On Abundance
6.	<On Remedying Presumptuous and Rash Thoughts>
7.	On Paraleipsis and Aposiopesis
8.	On Circumlocution
9.	On Epanalepsis
10.	On the Figure of Interrogation
11.	On Asyndeton
12.	On Preliminary Headings and Recapitulation
13.	On Equal Figures
14.	On Hyperbaton
15.	On Antitheton
16.	On Parison and How It Occurs
17.	On Pretence (of Extemporaneity)
18.	On Amplification: When Can It Be Opportunely Used in Trials?
19.	On a Patent Lie: When Ought One to Use It?
20.	On Oath: What Is Not Sworn and What Is Sworn
21.	On Advocates: To Whom Should They Be Given?
22.	On Successfully Accomplishing Opposites by Saying Opposites
23.	On Forestalling the Claims of the Opposition
24.	On Escaping Notice While Repeating What You or Others Have Said
25.	On Praising Oneself without Offense
26.	On Tricks Devised by Demosthenes in the Lawcourts
27.	On Second Speeches: Why a Case Is Divided and How This Is Done
28.	On Narration
29.	On Commonplace Thoughts: How We Shall Make Them Our Own When Speaking
30.	On Use of Verses in Prose
31.	On Powerful Emotions among the Hearers
32.	On Admitted Wrongdoing
33.	On Speaking in Tragic Style
34.	On Speaking in Comic Style
35.	On Amphiboly
36.	On Elaboration of Public Speaking, Dialogue, Comedy, Tragedy, and Socratic Symposia
37.	On Negation
Glossary and Index of Technical Terms

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hermogenes, 2nd cent. -- Translations into English.
Rhetoric -- Early works to 1800.