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Rhetoric

Who Rhetoricians What: Rhetoric Defintition: Rhetoric is a part of the Trivium and is one of the 7 Liberal Arts. Broader Terms: Trivium Class: Rhetoric Narrower Terms Library of Congress: Scope Note Narrower Term: Abstracting Narrower Term: Alienation (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Aposiopesis (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Closure (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Criticism Narrower Term: Debates and debating Narrower Term: Description (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Diction Narrower Term: Digression (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Discourse analysis, Literary Narrower Term: Elocution Narrower Term: Exposition (Rhetoric) See Also: Expression Narrower Term: Figures of speech Narrower Term: Irony Narrower Term: Lectures and lecturing Narrower Term: Narration (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Oratory Narrower Term: Paragraphs Narrower Term: Grammar, Comparative and general Parenthetical constructions Narrower Term: Persona (Literature) Narrower Term: Persuasion (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Punctuation Narrower Term: Readability (Literary style) Narrower Term: Repetition (Rhetoric) See Also: Style, Literary Narrower Term: Openings (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Invention (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Music and rhetoric Narrower Term: Socialism and rhetoric Narrower Term: Transition (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Complaints (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Implied author (Rhetoric) Narrower Term: Signifying (Rhetoric)
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