Composition and Rhetoric 1917

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Author: Henry W. Holmes

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Literary Rhetoric

Strangely enough, it is precisely in his essay “Schopenhauer as Educator” that Nietzsche complains about the lack of ... A Theme-book in English Composition (1910) and Composition and Rhetoric (1917), published a long treatise entitled ...

Author: Heinrich F. Plett

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789047424444

Category: Literary Criticism

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The subject of this book is literary rhetoric which is treated both in a historical outline and a systematic concept, implemented in analyses of literary texts of all ages and languages.

The Public School English Composition

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Author: Frederick Henry 1863-1917 Sykes

Publisher: Legare Street Press

ISBN: 1013535812

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Renewing Rhetoric s Relation to Composition

“Ethics and the Scope of Rhetoric: Construction of Moral and Rhetorical Agency in Selected Cultural Critical Rhetorics ... Between Rhetoric and Poetics: English Studies in Secondary Schools, A CompositionLiterature Paradigm (1874–1917).

Author: Shane Borrowman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135263560

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Renewing Rhetoric’s Relation to Composition comprehensively examines the development of rhetoric and composition, using the writings of Theresa Jarnagin Enos as points of departure for studies of broader trends. Chapters explore such topics as the historical relations of rhetoric and composition, their evolution within programs of study, and Enos’s research on gender. The volume presents the growing disjunction between rhetoric and composition and paints a compelling picture of the current state of both disciplines as well as their origins. This volume acknowledges the influential role that Theresa Enos has had in the writing and rhetoric disciplines. Her career provides benchmarks for plotting developments in rhetoric and composition, including the evolving relations between the two. This collection offers a tribute to her work and to the new directions in the discipline stemming from her research. With an all-star line-up of contributors, it also represents the state of the art in rhetoric and composition scholarship, and it will serve current and future scholars in both disciplines.

Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse

His A College Manual of Rhetoric of 1902 and Composition : Oral and Written of 1909 quite successfully synthesized the ... After 1917 he did no more work in pedagogy or written discourse , concentrating instead on his new interests .

Author: Robert Connors

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 0809311348

Category: Literary Collections

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Eighteen essays by leading scholars in English, speech communication, educa­tion, and philosophy explore the vitality of the classical rhetorical tradition and its influence on both contemporary dis­course studies and the teaching of writing. Some of the essays investigate the­oretical and historical issues. Others show the bearing of classical rhetoric on contemporary problems in composition, thus blending theory and practice. Com­mon to the varied approaches and view­points expressed in this volume is one central theme: the 20th-century revival of rhetoric entails a recovery of the clas­sical tradition, with its marriage of a rich and fully articulated theory with an equally efficacious practice. A preface demonstrates the contribution of Ed­ward P. J. Corbett to the 20th-century re­vival, and a last chapter includes a bibli­ography of his works.

Rereading Aristotle s Rhetoric

In light of the foregoing , the use of Aristotle in attempts to advance the theory of rhetorical argumentation may be ... members of the composition community before 1920 ( e.g. , Worthington , 1916 ; Baldwin , 1917 ; Leonard , 1917 ) ...

Author: Alan G. Gross

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 080932847X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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In this collection edited by Alan G. Gross and Arthur E. Walzer, scholars in communication, rhetoric and composition, and philosophy seek to “reread” Aristotle’s Rhetoric from a purely rhetorical perspective. So important do these contributors find the Rhetoric, in fact, that a core tenet in this book is that “all subsequent rhetorical theory is but a series of responses to issues raised by the central work.” The essays reflect on questions basic to rhetoric as a humanistic discipline. Some explore the ways in which the Rhetoric explicates the nature of the art of rhetoric, noting that on this issue, the tensions within the Rhetoric often provide a direct passageway into our own conflicts.

The Origins of Composition Studies in the American College 1875 1925

Elementary Composition and Rhetoric. Boston: Leach, Shewell, and Sanborn, 1894. Nason, Arthur Huntington. Efiicient Composition: A College Rhetoric. New York: New York University Press, 1917. Northup, Clark Sutherland, Martin Wright ...

Author: John Brereton

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN: 9780822990567

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This volume describes the formative years of English composition courses in college through a study of the most prominent documents of the time: magazine articles, scholarly reports, early textbooks, teachers' testimonies-and some of the actual student papers that provoked discussion. Includes writings by leading scholars of the era such as Adams Sherman Hill, Gertrude Buck, William Edward Mead, Lane Cooper, William Lyon Phelps, and Fred Newton Scott.

Writing in the Devil s Tongue

A History of English Composition in China Xiaoye You. (ISTEC), Guangzhou, China, 1985. ... Clippinger, Erle E. Written and Spoken English:A Course in Composition and Rhetoric. Boston: Silver, Burdett, 1917. “Communiqué of the Third ...

Author: Xiaoye You

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809386918

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Winner, CCCC Outstanding Book Award Until recently, American composition scholars have studied writing instruction mainly within the borders of their own nation, rarely considering English composition in the global context in which writing in English is increasingly taught. Writing in the Devil’s Tongue challenges this anachronistic approach by examining the history of English composition instruction in an East Asian country. Author Xiaoye You offers scholars a chance to observe how a nation changed from monolingual writing practices to bilingual writing instruction in a school setting. You makes extensive use of archival sources to help trace bilingual writing instruction in China back to 1862, when English was first taught in government schools. Treating the Chinese pursuit of modernity as the overarching theme, he explores how the entry of Anglo-American rhetoric and composition challenged and altered the traditional monolithic practice of teaching Chinese writing in the Confucian spirit. The author focuses on four aspects of this history: the Chinese negotiation with Anglo-American rhetoric, their search for innovative approaches to instruction, students’ situated use of English writing, and local scholarship in English composition. Unlike previous composition histories, which have tended to focus on institutional, disciplinary, and pedagogical issues, Writing in the Devil’s Tongue brings students back to center stage by featuring several passages written by them in each chapter. These passages not only showcase rhetorical and linguistic features of their writings but also serve as representative anecdotes that reveal the complex ways in which students, responding to their situations, performed multivalent, intercultural discourses. In addition, You moves out of the classroom and into the historical, cultural, and political contexts that shaped both Chinese writing and composing practices and the pedagogies that were adopted to teach English to Chinese in China. Teachers, students, and scholars reading this book will learn a great deal about the political and cultural impact that teaching English composition has had in China and about the ways in which Chinese writing and composition continues to be shaped by rich and diverse cultural traditions and political discourses. In showcasing the Chinese struggle with teaching and practicing bilingual composition, Writing in the Devil’s Tongue alerts American writing scholars and teachers to an outdated English monolingual mentality and urges them to modify their rhetorical assumptions, pedagogical approaches, and writing practices in the age of globalization.

The Social Objectives of School English

Hitchcock , A. M .: Composition and Rhetoric . Hoit . Revised , 1917 . Holmes , H. W. , and Gallagher , 0. C .: Composition and Rhetoric . Appleton , 1917 . Hosic , J. F. , and Hooper , C. L .: A Child's Composition Buok .

Author: Charles Sutphin Pendleton

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ISBN: WISC:89097627475

Category: English language

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Rhetoric in Modern Japan

Mulderig , Gerald P. “ Nineteenth - Century Psychology and the Shaping of Alexander Bain's English Composition and Rhetoric . ” In James J. Murphy , ed . , The Rhetorical Tradition and Modern Writing . New York : MLA , 1982 .

Author: Massimiliano Tomasi

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 0824827988

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In discussing the rise of public speaking in early Meiji society, he unveils the existence of crucial links between the study of rhetoric and the social and literary events of the time, underscoring the key role played by oratory both as a tool for social modernization and as an effective platform for the reappraisal of the spoken language."--BOOK JACKET.

Living Rhetoric and Composition

At Catholic University, classical rhetoric courses were paralleled by courses in classical poetics, ... Joel Spingarn, in an essay published in 1917, “The New Criticism” had introduced an expressive-based theory of literature, ...

Author: Duane H. Roen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136773655

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Approximately 20 short personal narratives that trace the history of the composition and rhetoric field, describe its current state, and relate the journeys of the contributing authors through the discipline.

Rhetoric and Reality

Although Baldwin was an authority on ancient rhetoric, his composition texts displayed little of the influence of the dominant tradition of Aristotle, Cicero, and Quintilian. In his College Composition (1917), for example, ...

Author: James A. Berlin

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 0809386852

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Berlin here continues his unique history of American college composition begun in his Writing Instruction in Nineteenth-Century Colleges (1984), turning now to the twentieth century. In discussing the variety of rhetorics that have been used in writing classrooms Berlin introduces a taxonomy made up of three categories: objective rhetorics, subjective rhetorics, and transactional rhetorics, which are distinguished by the epistemology on which each is based. He makes clear that these categories are not tied to a chronology but instead are to be found in the English department in one form or another during each decade of the century. His historical treatment includes an examination of the formation of the English department, the founding of the NCTE and its role in writing instruction, the training of teachers of writing, the effects of progressive education on writing instruction, the General Education Movement, the appearance of the CCCC, the impact of Sputnik, and today’s “literacy crisis.”

Composition Rhetoric

(vii—ix) Here we see the classic presentation of the pedagogical tools of Modern composition-rhetoric: Unfortunates ... Theme— Building) and then became very popular for his 1917 text Sentence and Theme, which was more than a book; ...

Author: Robert Connors

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre

ISBN: 9780822971825

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Connors provides a history of composition and its pedagogical approaches to form, genre, and correctness. He shows where many of the today’s practices and assumptions about writing come from, and he translates what our techniques and theories of teaching have said over time about our attitudes toward students, language and life. Connors locates the beginning of a new rhetorical tradition in the mid-nineteenth century, and from there, he discusses the theoretical and pedagogical innovations of the last two centuries as the result of historical forces, social needs, and cultural shifts. This important book proves that American composition-rhetoric is a genuine, rhetorical tradition with its own evolving theria and praxis. As such it is an essential reference for all teachers of English and students of American education.

Invention in Rhetoric and Composition

Manly Writing : Gender , Rhetoric , and the Rise of Composition . ... “ Logics of Discovery as Narratives of Conversion : Rhetorics of Invention in Ethnography , Philosophy , and Astronomy . ... Vassar Miscellany Weekly 2 ( 1917 ) : 6 .

Author: Janice M. Lauer

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 193255906X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Invention in Rhetoric and Composition examines issues that have surrounded historical and contemporary theories and pedagogies of rhetorical invention, citing a wide array of positions on these issues in both primary rhetorical texts and secondary interpretations. It presents theoretical disagreements over the nature, purpose, and epistemology of invention and pedagogical debates over such issues as the relative importance of art, talent, imitation, and practice in teaching discourse. After a discussion of treatments of invention from the Sophists to the nineteenth century, Invention in Rhetoric and Composition introduces a range of early twentieth-century multidisciplinary theories and calls for invention's awakening in the field of English studies. It then showcases inventional theories and pedagogies that have emerged in the field of Rhetoric and Composition over the last four decades, including the ensuing research, critiques, and implementations of this inventional work. As a reference guide, the text offers a glossary of terms, an annotated bibliography of selected texts, and an extensive bibliography. Janice M. Lauer is Professor of English, Emerita at Purdue University, where she was the Reece McGee Distinguished Professor of English. In 1998, she received the College Composition and Communication Conference's Exemplar Award. Her publications include Four Worlds of Writing: Inquiry and Action in Context, Composition Research: Empirical Designs, and New Perspectives on Rhetorical Invention, as well as essays on rhetorical invention, disciplinarity, writing as inquiry, composition pedagogy, historical rhetoric, and empirical research.

State of California Department of Education Bulletin

Holt .90 .73 Composition - Rhetoric Baker & Goddard , English Fundamentals ( 1933 ) ------ Lippincott 1.06 Brubacher & Wheeling ... Composition and Grammar ( 1929 ) .99 Hitchcock , Composition and Rhetoric ( 1917 ) Holt 1.18 Hitchcock ...

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Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition

Besides heading the MLA and NCTE (for two terms), he subsequently served as president of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (1913–1914) and presi-dent of the American Association of Teachers of Journalism (1917).

Author: Theresa Enos

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135816063

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Contemporary Composition Studies

WENDELL , BARRETT ( a ) Arrangement , Grammar and Usage , Rhetoric and / or Composition Theory , Style ( b ) Wendell , who was an instructor of composition and literature at Harvard from 1880 to 1917 , has been cited as one of the " big ...

Author: Edith H. Babin

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313300879

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Composition studies is a rapidly growing and constantly changing field. At present, however, graduate students and writing teachers have little choice of current reference works that define key terms in the field and provide information about the scholars and researchers who have shaped and are shaping the discipline. This volume provides alphabetically arranged entries for 108 scholars and 128 terms and concepts central to composition studies. The entries for individuals chronicle the history of their contributions to the field, while the entries for terms record term development over time. The book includes generous bibliographical information and an appendix of scholars from other disciplines who have contributed to composition studies.

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1898 . .3550.673.11 Newcomer , A. G. Eleinents of rhetoric ; a course in plain prose composition . N. Y. 1899 . ... N. Y. 1917 ... 3550.957 Webster , W. F. English ; composition and literature . Bost . [ c1900 ) 3550.958 Welsh , A. H. ...

Author: Princeton University. Library

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ISBN: CHI:098373625

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