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CONTENTS Contributors Preface Texts and Abbreviations Abbreviations Part 1: Approaching Rhetoric 1 Confronting Roman Rhetoric 1 William Dominik and Jon Hall 2 Modern Critical Approaches to Roman Rhetoric 000 John Dugan 3 Greek Rhetoric Meets Rome: Expansion, Resistance, and Acculturation 000 Sarah Culpepper Stroup 4 Native Roman Rhetoric: Plautus and Terence 000 John Barsby 5 The Elder Cato and Gaius Gracchus: Roman Oratory Before Cicero 000 Enrica Sciarrino Part 2: Rhetoric and Its Social Context 6 Rhetorical Education and Social Reproduction in the Late Republic and Early Empire 000 Anthony Corbeill 7 Virile Tongues: Rhetoric and Masculinity 000 Joy Connolly 8 Oratory, Rhetoric, and Politics in the Republic 000 Michael C. Alexander 9 Oratory and Politics in the Empire 000 Steven H. Rutledge 10 Roman Senatorial Oratory 000 John Ramsey 11 Roman Forensic Oratory 000 Robert Cape jr. 12 Panegyric 000 Roger Rees 13 Roman Oratorical Invective 000 Valentina Arena Part 3: Systematizing Rhetoric 14 Roman Rhetorical Handbooks 000 Robert N. Gaines 15 Elocutio: Latin Prose Style 000 Roderich Kirchner 16 Memory and the Roman Orator 000 Jocelyn Penny Small 17 Wit and Humor in Roman Rhetoric 000 Edwin Rabbie 18 Oratorical Delivery and the Emotions: Theory and Practice 000 Jon Hall Part 4: Rhetoricians and Orators 19 Lost Orators of Rome 000 Catherine Steel 20 Cicero as Rhetorician 000 James M. May 21 Cicero as Orator 000 Christopher P. Craig 22 Grammarians and Rhetoricians 000 Charles McNelis 23 Roman Declamation According to the Elder Seneca and Quintilian 000 W. Martin Bloomer 24 Quintilian as Rhetorician and Teacher 000 Jorge Fern ndez Lopez 25 Tacitus and Pliny on Oratory 000 William Dominik 26 Rhetoric and the Second Sophistic 000 Graham Anderson 27 Roman Rhetoric and its Afterlife 000 John O. Ward Part 5: Rhetoric and Roman Literature 28 Rhetoric and Literature at Rome 000 Matthew Fox 29 Rhetoric and Epic: Vergil¿s Aeneid and Lucan¿s Bellum Civile 000 Emanuele Narducci 30 Rhetoric and Satire: Horace, Persius, and Juvenal 000 Dan Hooley 31 Rhetoric and Ovid 000 Ulrike Auhagen 32 Rhetoric and the Younger Seneca 000 Marcus Wilson 33 Rhetoric and Historiography 000 Cynthia Damon Bibliography 000 Glossary of Technical Terms General Index 000 Index Locorum 000
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Latin language -- Rhetoric.