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Rhetoric is both practice and critique. To speak well and to some purpose, and to understand and teach how best to do it. Rhetoric, memory and invention. Inextricably intertwined, they once formed the basis of an oral, public culture: enabling expression, enhancing creativity, ennobling thought: to instruct, to ...

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