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Myth, rhetoric, and fiction

a reading of Longus"s Daphnis and Chloe

by Bruce D. MacQueen

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Longus,
  • Love stories, Greek -- History and criticism,
  • Daphnis (Greek mythology) in literature,
  • Rhetoric, Ancient

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-276) and index.

    StatementBruce D. MacQueen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA4229.L9 M28 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 279 p. ;
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1858931M
    ISBN 100803231377
    LC Control Number90012054

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    James Herrick, professor of Rhetoric at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, has written a helpful book on this subject, entitled Visions of Technological Transcendence: Human Enhancement & the rhetoric of the Future. The following is a basic summary of his thesis and general content, followed by my own critique. Similiar to our list of (Fiction) Books to Read in a Lifetime, this list of 50 non-fiction books contains recommendations you might actually read (if you haven't already).This curated list covers the gamut of non-fiction, from compelling war stories to key feminist texts, to unbelievable struggles for survival, to tales of life in the culinary trade.

    Aristotle’s On Rhetoric, Book 1. Aristotle Highlights. A way I describe Aristotle is “the great organizer.” He was particular concerned (according to my interpretation of the historical record) with explaining his philosophy on judicial rhetoric. However, he also has much to say about other types of rhetoric. Great read! I learned a lot about why authors in the post-Flaubert/Henry James era of modern fiction became so obsessed with eliminating all traces of narratorial commentary from their novels (that is, why modern fiction sought to privilege "showing" over "telling"), and Booth does a great job of questioning what should certainly be seen as an ideological insistence on certain modes of /5(7).


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The first edition of The Rhetoric of Fiction transformed the criticism of fiction and soon became a classic in the field. One of the most widely used texts in fiction courses, it is a standard reference point in advanced discussions of how fictional form works, how authors make novels accessible, and how readers recreate texts, and its concepts and terms—such as "the implied author," "the Myth.

In the edition of The Rhetoric of Fiction, in which a lengthy addendum rhetoric the original book was published, Booth outlined various identities taken on by both authors and readers: The Flesh-and Blood Author, the Implied Author, the Teller of This Tale, the Career Author, and the "Public Myth"; and, the Flesh-and-Blood Re-Creator of Cited by: In the edition of The Rhetoric of Fiction, which included a lengthy addendum to the original edition, Booth outlined various identities taken on by both authors and readers: The Flesh-and Blood Author, the Implied Author, the Teller of This Tale, the Career Author, and the "Public Myth"; and, the Flesh-and-Blood Re-Creator of Many.

The term mythology can refer to a body of myths or to any traditional story. A myth is a sacred narrative explaining how the world and humankind came to be in their present form.

The main characters in myths are usually gods or supernatural heroes. The study of myth began in ancient history. The problem of interpretation --The prologue --Book 1: erotic "aporia" --Book 2: learning the name of Eros --Book 3: learning the works of Eros --Book 4: man and wife --The dialectic of myth and rhetoric --The ancient Greek novel --The novel and history --Longus's prose idyll --Longus the Sophist.

Realism in The Rhetoric Of Fiction. Early in The Rhetoric of Fiction, Booth considers the idea that the difference between the ‘intrinsic and extrinsic’ is central to any definition of realism in fiction (Booth 93).As we discussed in Chapter 1, by rhetoric Booth means the devices used by an author as part of that act of communication, or persuasion, which he sees as constituting all.

The Rhetoric of Fiction has been praised and blamed for saying many things that it does not say, and I am naturally tempted now to set everybody right about it. The invitation to reconsider my book and the responses to it is not likely to be repeated, and it would be pleasant to.

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Read the full-text online edition of Communities of the Heart: The Rhetoric of Myth in the Fiction of Ursula K. le Guin (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Communities of the Heart: The The Rhetoric of Myth in the Fiction of Ursula K. Read "Myth and Rhetoric of the Turkish Model Exploring Developmental Alternatives" by Anita Sengupta available from Rakuten Kobo.

The volume discusses what the Turkish Model, or Turkish Development Alternative, was and why it was promoted in the Cent Brand: Springer India. Get this from a library. Communities of the heart: the rhetoric of myth in the fiction of Ursula K. Le Guin. [Warren Rochelle] -- This book explores the use of imaginative literature as persuasion, focusing on the science fiction and fantasy of Ursula K.

Le Guin and her rhetoric use of myth. The first edition of The Rhetoric of Fiction transformed the criticism of fiction and soon became a classic in the field. One of the most widely used texts in fiction courses, it is a standard reference point in advanced discussions of how fictional form works, how authors make novels accessible, and how readers recreate texts, and its concepts and terms—such as "the implied author," "the /5(15).

Says Vogler, "all stories consist of a few common structural elements found universally in myths, fairy tales, dreams, and movies." Based on psychological ideas from Carl Jung and myth ideas from Joseph Campbell, authors use this book to understand what sells and to uncover a.

Print Edition: $ Paperback: pages Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches. The first edition of The Rhetoric of Fiction transformed the criticism of fiction and soon became a classic in the field. One of the most widely used texts in fiction courses, it is a standard reference point in advanced discussions of how fictional form works, how authors make novels accessible, and how readers recreate texts, and its concepts and terms—such as "the implied author," "the.

Read this book on Questia. Humanist Poetics: Thought, Rhetoric, and Fiction in Sixteenth-Century England by Arthur F. Kinney, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Humanist Poetics: Thought, Rhetoric, and Fiction in Sixteenth-Century England ().

(Trinidad), and Ann Dávila Cardinal (Puerto Rico) read from, and discuss, stories that edge beyond myth, mythology, and science fiction, and into reality. By imagining worlds altered by local lore, mythos, and futurism, their writing addresses questions of race, gender, and class.

The first edition of The Rhetoric of Fiction transformed the criticism of fiction and soon became a classic in the field. One of the most widely used texts in fiction courses, it is a standard reference point in advanced discussions of how fictional form works, how authors make novels accessible, and how readers recreate texts, and its concepts and terms—such as "the implied author," "the /5(17).

Book Description: This book explores the use of imaginative literature as persuasion, focusing on the science fiction of Ursula Le Guin and her rhetorical use of myth.

The author concludes that Le Guin (like Emerson, Peirce, Thoreau, Whitman, and Dewey) is a romantic/pragmatic rhetorician. The Rhetoric of Fiction: Type: book: Context: Booth explains that fiction is intrinsically about rhetoric on the part of the author.

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Vatz, Richard E. "The Myth of the Rhetorical Situation." Contemporary Rhetorical Theory: A Reader. Eds. Sally Caudill, Michelle Condit, and John Louis Lucaites. New York: Guilford Press, Print. In this follow -up and critique of Lloyd Bitzer's theory of rhetorical situation, it is clear that Richard Vatz also wants to see rhetoric recognized.

He published widely, and is probably best known for two of his classic works, A Rhetoric of Motive and Philosophy of Literary Form. His observations on myth, however, were never systematic, and much of his writing on literary theory and other topics cannot be fully understood without fleshing out his thoughts on myth and : Lawrence Coupe.