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0.40 Henry W. Johnstone_ Jr.Mari Lee Mifsud, Wedge and Bridge: A Note on Rhetoric as Distinction and as Identification, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.39 Arthur E. Walzer, Quintilian's "Vir Bonus" and the Stoic Wise Man, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.38 Carolyn R. Miller, Aristotle's "Special Topics" in Rhetorical Practice and Pedagogy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1987.
0.36 Merrill D. Whitburn, Rhetorical Theory in Yale's Graduate Schools in the Late Nineteenth Century: The Example of William G Robinson's "Forensic Oratory", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.36 Howard L. Ulman, The Most Significant Passage in Campbell's "Rhetoric": The Handmaids of Reason, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.32 William L. Benoit, The Most Significant Passage in Aristotle's Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.32 Chris Holcomb, "The Crown of All Our Study": Improvisation in Quintilian's Institutio Oratoria, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2001.
0.31 David Fleming, Rhetoric as a Course of Study, College English, 1998.
0.30 Dale L. Sullivan, The Epideictic Character of Rhetorical Criticism, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.30 Annika Hallin Hoyt Hudson Herbert Wichelns, Discourses of Separation: The Relation between Rhetoric and Poetics in the Work of Hoyt Hudson and Herbert Wichelns, Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.30 Richard McNabb, Remapping Medieval Rhetoric: Reading Boethius from a Grassian Perspective, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.30 Harry Caplan Richard Leo Enos Mark James Harold Barrett Lois Agnew Edward P. J. Corbett, The Classical Tradition: Rhetoric and Oratory, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.29 Keith V. Erickson, Aristotle's Rhetoric $1354^{a}1-11$: Art Dialectic and Philosophical Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.28 Edward P. J. Corbett, What Is Being Revived?, College Composition and Communication, 1967.
0.28 Dale L. Sullivan, A Closer Look at Education as Epideictic Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.28 Michael Carter, The Role of Invention in Belletristic Rhetoric: A Study of the Lectures of Adam Smith, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1988.
0.28 Richard Leo Enos, The Classical Tradition(s) of Rhetoric: A Demur to the Country Club Set, College Composition and Communication, 1987.
0.27 Herman Cohen, The Faculties and the Ends of Discourse, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.27 Lewis B. Hershey, Burke's Aristotelianism: Burke and Aristotle on Form, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1986.
0.27 Richard E. Mezo, An Adaptation of Aristotle: A Note on the Types of Oratory, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.26 J. David Fleming, The Very Idea of a "Progymnasmata", Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.26 Lois Agnew, Rhetorical Style and the Formation of Character: Ciceronian Ethos in Thomas Wilson's Arte of Rhetorique, Rhetoric Review, 1998.
0.26 Kathleen E. Welch, A Critique of Classical Rhetoric: The Contemporary Appropriation of Ancient Discourse, Rhetoric Review, 1987.
0.26 Richard Leo Enos, Ciceronian Dispositio as an Architecture for Creativity in Composition: A Note for the Affirmative, Rhetoric Review, 1985.
0.26 Michael Mendelson, The Rhetoric of Embodiment, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.26 Nan Johnson, Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the Canadian Academy: An Historical Analysis, College English, 1988.
0.25 J. E. Congleton, Historical Development of the Concept of Rhetorical Proprieties, College Composition and Communication, 1954.
0.25 Edward P. J. Corbett, The Cornell School of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 1985.
0.25 John M. Murphy, History Culture and Political Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.25 Thomas O. Sloane, Reinventing Inventio, College English, 1989.
0.25 Ellen Quandahl, Aristotle's Rhetoric: Reinterpreting Invention, Rhetoric Review, 1986.
0.25 Yameng Liu, Disciplinary Politics and the Institutionalization of the Generic Triad in Classical Rhetoric, College English, 1995.
0.25 William L. Benoit Keith V. Erickson Gerard A. Hauser Wayne N. Thompson Otis M. Walter, [Introduction], Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.25 Edward P. J. Corbett, The Usefulness of Classical Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1963.
0.24 Glen McClish, Is Manner in Everything All? Reassessing Chesterfield's Art of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.24 James A. Berlin, Rhetoric and Poetics in the English Department: Our Nineteenth-Century Inheritance, College English, 1985.
0.24 Gerald Nelms Maureen Daly Goggin, The Revival of Classical Rhetoric for Modern Composition Studies: A Survey, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.24 Yameng Liu, Aristotle and the Stasis Theory: A Reexamination, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991.
0.24 Gerald Fulkerson, Augustine's Attitude toward Rhetoric in "De Doctrina Christiana": The Significance of 23755. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1985,
0.23 Michael Leff, Serious Comedy: The Strange Case History of Dr Vitanza, Rhetoric Review, 1988.
0.23 George E. Yoos, Ich gelobe meine Treue dem Banner, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.23 Kate Ronald, A Reexamination of Personal and Public Discourse in Classical Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.23 Jeffrey Arthurs, The Term Rhetor in Fifth- and Fourth-Century BCE Greek Texts, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.23 Dale L. Sullivan, Attitudes toward Imitation: Classical Culture and the Modern Temper, Rhetoric Review, 1989.
0.23 James Irvine, Lord Monboddo's "Letter on Rhetorick": Defense of Aristotle, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991.
0.23 James A. Berlin, John Genung and Contemporary Composition Theory: The Triumph of the Eighteenth Century, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.23 Cynthia Miecznikowski Sheard, The Public Value of Epideictic Rhetoric, College English, 1996.
0.23 Anthony P. Gythiel, Classical Rhetoric: Pagan and Christian Syllabus, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1980.
0.23 Walter Jost, Teaching the Topics: Character Rhetoric and Liberal Education, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991.
0.22 Kathleen E. Welch, A Manifesto: The Art of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1986.
0.22 Melinda A. Payne Suzanne M. Ratchford Lillian N. Wooley, Richard M Weaver: A Bibliographical Essay, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1989.
0.22 Lloyd F. Bitzer, All Art Is Founded in Science, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.22 Charles W. Kneupper, For a Modern Rhetoric: A Prose-Poetic Persuasion, Rhetoric Review, 1987.
0.22 David W. Smit, The Uses of Defining Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.22 James A. Berlin, Richard Whately and Current-Traditional Rhetoric, College English, 1980.
0.22 Keith V. Erickson, A Decade of Research on Aristotle's Rhetoric: 1970-1980. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982,
0.22 Lois Agnew, The Civic Function of Taste: A Re-Assessment of Hugh Blair's Rhetorical Theory, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.22 Theresa Enos, The Course in Classical Rhetoric: Definition Development Direction, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1989.
0.22 Jean Dietz Moss, Aristotle's Four Causes: Forgotten Topos of Renaissance Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1987.
0.22 William D. Harpine, "We Want Yer Mckinley": Epideictic Rhetoric in Songs from the 1896 Presidential Campaign, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.21 Jane Donawerth Michele L. Alvarez Aubrey G. Baden Joe Caulfield Grace Coleman Linda Dove Audrey Kerr W. Mark Lynch Elaine Mack Michele Mason Denise D. Meringolo Karen Nelson Melissa Hope Peller Patricia Porcarelli Carla Porter Rebecca Randall Michael Schoop Anne Sheehan Synthia Shilling Melinda Schwenk, An Annotated Bibliography of the History of Non-Western Rhetorical Theory before 1900. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994,
0.21 Fred Newton Scott, Rhetoric Rediviva, College Composition and Communication, 1980.
0.21 Lois Agnew, The Stoic Temper in Belletristic Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.21 John Frederick Reynolds, Concepts of Memory in Contemporary Composition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1989.
0.21 Beth Innocenti Manolescu, Traditions of Rhetoric Criticism and Argument in Kames's "Elements of Criticism", Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.21 William Keith, Identity Rhetoric and Myth: A Response to Mailloux and Leff, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.21 William Benoit, Isocrates and Aristotle on Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.20 Donovan J. Ochs, Cicero and Philosophic Inventio, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1989.
0.20 Ned O'Gorman, Longinus's Sublime Rhetoric or How Rhetoric Came into Its Own, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.20 John Logie, "I Have No Predecessor to Guide My Steps": Quintilian and Roman Authorship, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.20 Sean Patrick O'Rourke Don Paul Abbott Marc Cogan Rene Dube Thomas O. Sloane James P. Zappen, The Most Significant Passage on Rhetoric in the Works of Francis Bacon, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1996.
0.20 John Hagaman, Modern Use of the Progymnasmata in Teaching Rhetorical Invention, Rhetoric Review, 1986.
0.20 Cheryl Geisler, How Ought We to Understand the Concept of Rhetorical Agency? Report from the ARS, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.20 John Hagaman, George Campbell and the Creative Management of Audience, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.20 James E. Porter, Divisio as Em-/De-Powering Topic: A Basis for Argument in Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.20 John Frederick Reynolds, Errata: Concepts of Memory in Contemporary Composition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.19 Paula H. Payne, Tracing Aristotle's "Rhetoric" in Sir Philip Sidney's Poetry and Prose, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.19 Michael Mendelson, Declamation Context and Controversiality, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.19 Rosalind J. Gabin, The Most Significant Passage for Rhetoric in the Work of I A Richards, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1988.
0.19 Arthur Walzer, Aristotle's Rhetoric Dialogism and Contemporary Research in Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.19 Gerard A. Hauser, Aristotle on Epideictic: The Formation of Public Morality, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.19 Joseph Schwartz, Kenneth Burke Aristotle and the Future of Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1966.
0.19 Thomas M. Rivers, A Comment on "The Ethic of Expediency", College English, 1992.
0.19 Richard Graff, Reading and the "Written Style" in Aristotle's "Rhetoric", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2001.
0.19 Steven Katz, Steven Katz Responds, College English, 1992.
0.19 Richard A. Katula, Quintilian on the Art of Emotional Appeal, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.19 Terry Papillion, Isocrates' techne and Rhetorical Pedagogy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.19 Don M. Burks, The Most Significant Passage in George Campbell's "Philosophy of Rhetoric", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.18 Nancy Wood, The Classical Canons in Basic Speech and English Classes, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1979.
0.18 Rex L. Veeder, Romantic Rhetoric and the Rhetorical Tradition, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.18 J. Justin Gustainis, The Generic Criticism of Social Movement Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.18 Phillip Sipiora, Rearticulating the Rhetorical Tradition: The Influence of "A Theory of Discourse", Journal of Advanced Composition, 1988.
0.18 Richard Leo Enos Douglas W. Ehninger, Douglas W Ehninger's "The Promise of Rhetoric": A Ten-Year Re-View, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1988.
0.18 Bo Wang, A Survey of Research in Asian Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.18 Sharon Crowley, The Evolution of Invention in Current-Traditional Rhetoric: 1850-1970. Rhetoric Review, 1985,
0.18 Robert M. Browne, Response to Edward P I Corbett "The Rhetoric of the Open Hand and the Rhetoric of the Closed Fist", College Composition and Communication, 1970.
0.18 Steven M. Weiss, Rhetoric and Poetics: A Re-Evaluation of the Aristotelian Distinction, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.18 Jane R. Walpole, RAMUS REVISITED: THE USES AND LIMITS OF CLASSICAL RHETORIC, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1981.
0.18 Alexander Scharbach, Rhetoric and Literary Criticism: Why Their Separation, College Composition and Communication, 1972.
0.18 Robert N. Gaines, A Note on the Significance of Plato's "Phaedrus" 271 AB, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.18 Michael Leff, Rhetorical Disciplines and Rhetorical Disciplinarity: A Response to Mailloux, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.18 Otis M. Walter, The Value of the Classics in Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1981.
0.18 Georgiana Donavin, The Medieval Rhetoric of Identification: A Burkean Reconception, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1996.
0.18 Steven Mailloux, Disciplinary Identities: On the Rhetorical Paths between English and Communication Studies, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.18 John Hammerback, Creating the "New Person": The Rhetoric of Reconstitutive Discourse, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.18 Vincent M. Bevilacqua, Campbell Vico and the Rhetorical Science of Human Nature, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.17 Donald C. Bryant, The Most Significant Passage (For the Moment) in Plato's "Phaedrus", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1981.
0.17 Martin Steinmann_ Jr., Rhetorical Research, College English, 1966.
0.17 Mary Rosner, The Two Faces of Cicero: Trollope's Life in the Nineteenth Century, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1988.
0.17 Don Bialostosky, Bakhtin and the Future of Rhetorical Criticism: A Response to Halasek and Bernard-Donals, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.17 Richard E. Hughes, The Contemporaneity of Classical Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1965.
0.17 , The Structuring of Rhetorical Theories: The Center of a Central Tradition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1978.
0.17 David Zarefsky, Institutional and Social Goals for Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.17 George L. Pullman, Deliberative Rhetoric and Forensic Stasis: Reconsidering the Scope and Function of an Ancient Rhetorical Heuristic in the Aftermath of the Thomas/Hill Controversy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.17 Marjorie Curry Woods, Among Men: Not Boys: Histories of Rhetoric and the Exclusion of Pedagogy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.17 Otis M. Walter, The Most Important Sentence in Aristotle's Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.17 Gerard A. Hauser, Teaching Rhetoric: Or Why Rhetoric Isn't Just Another Kind of Philosophy or Literary Criticism, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.17 James J. Murphy, The Four Faces of Rhetoric: A Progress Report, College Composition and Communication, 1966.
0.17 Shevaun E. Watson, Complicating the Classics: Neoclassical Rhetorics in Two Early American Schoolbooks, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2001.
0.17 Russel Hirst, The Sixth Canon of Sacred Rhetoric: Inspiration in Nineteenth-Century Homiletic Theory, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.17 Dale Sullivan, The Prophetic Voice in Jeremy Rifkin's Algeny, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.17 Andrea A. Lunsford, Response to J R Brink "Composition before Copyright: Renaissance and Modern Views", College Composition and Communication, 1978.
0.17 S. M. Halloran, On the End of Rhetoric Classical and Modern, College English, 1975.
0.17 Yameng Liu Richard E. Young, Disciplinary Assumptions and Institutional Imperatives: Structural Tensions in the Pedagogy of Rhetoric, JAC, 1998.
0.17 , Rhetoric: Colleges, College Composition and Communication, 1966.
0.17 R. Allen Harris, Rhetoric of Science, College English, 1991.
0.16 Robert C. Rowland Deanna F. Womack, Aristotle's View of Ethical Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1985.
0.16 John C. Adams, The Rhetorical Significance of the Conversion of the Lover's Soul in Plato's "Phaedrus", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1996.
0.16 Michael Leff Andrea A. Lunsford, Afterwords: A Dialogue, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.16 Thomas P. Miller, Teaching the Histories of Rhetoric as a Social Praxis, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.16 Eugene Garver, Demystifying Classical Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1980.
0.16 Robert E. Terrill, White Guy Black Texts: Appropriateness and Appropriation across Racial Difference, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.16 Henry W. Johnstone_ Jr., On Schiappa versus Poulakos, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.16 Steven Mailloux, Practices Theories and Traditions: Further Thoughts on the Disciplinary Identities of English and Communication Studies, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.16 Carl B. Holmberg, Some Available Conceptions of Rhetorical Experience, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1980.
0.16 Jane Sutton Mari Lee Mifsud, Figuring Rhetoric: From Antistrophe to Apostrophe through Catastrophe, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.16 Steve Wilson Jeane Harris, My Rhetoric Romance, Rhetoric Review, 1984.
0.16 Michael Carter, Scholarship as Rhetoric of Display; Or Why Is Everybody Saying All Those Terrible Things about Us?, College English, 1992.
0.16 Dale L. Sullivan, Identification and Dissociation in Rhetorical Exposé: An Analysis of St Irenaeus' "Against Heresies", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.16 J. L. Campbell, "It Is as If a Green Bough Were Laid across the Page": Thoreau on Eloquence, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.16 James Fredal, The Language of Delivery and the Presentation of Character: Rhetorical Action in Demosthenes' against Meidias, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.16 James J. Murphy, The Metarhetoric of Aristotle with Some Examples from His "On Memory and Recollection", Rhetoric Review, 2002.
0.16 James R. Irvine, British and Continental Rhetoric and Elocution: The Eighteenth-Century Collection, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.16 Sharon Crowley, Invention in Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1985.
0.15 Arthur Walzer Marie Secor Alan Gross, The Uses and Limits of Rhetorical Theory: Campbell Whately and Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca on the Earl of Spencer's "Address to Diana", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.15 James S. Measell, Whither Genre? (Or Genre Withered?), Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1976.
0.15 Gerard A. Hauser, The Most Significant Passage in Aristotle's Rhetoric or How Function May Make Moral Philosophers of Us All, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.15 Richard Leo Enos, Recovering the Lost Art of Researching the History of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.