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Studies in rhetoric and public speaking in honor of James Albert Winans

Studies in rhetoric and public speaking in honor of James Albert Winans

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Published by The Century co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winans, James Albert, 1872-,
  • Rhetoric.,
  • Elocution.,
  • Stuttering.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby pupils and colleagues.
    ContributionsDrummond, A. M. 1884-1956, ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4012 .S7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. l., 3-299 p.
    Number of Pages299
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6685867M
    LC Control Number26001397
    OCLC/WorldCa3443438

    ハーバート・A・ウィチェルンズ(Herbert A. Wichelns)は、年に「The Literary Criticism of Oratory (演説についての文学批評)」という論文を著書『Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans』に収めた 。. In , Herbert A. Wichelns published the essay “The Literary Criticism of Oratory” in the book Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans. Wicheln’s essay attempted to “put rhetorical studies on par with literary studies as an area of .

    Wichelns lays out a method for rhetorical criticism which includes the speaker's personality and public image, description of the audience, the topics and proofs used to persuade, arrangement and Author: Jim A. Kuypers. In an early () essay on rhetorical criticism, the study of rhetoric was limited to that of speakers and speeches, and included a number of points to which the critic should attend: speaker's personality, speaker's public character, audience, speaker's leading ideas, motives, topics, proofs, judgment of human nature, questions considered.

    In , Herbert A. Wichelns published the essay "The Literary Criticism of Oratory" in the book Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans. [1] Wicheln's essay attempted to "put rhetorical studies on par with literary studies as an area of academic interest and research.". munication and Rhetoric (). For a thorough account of Bacon's political milieu, see Christopher Hill, The Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution (), and Robert Hanna, "Francis Bacon: The Political Orator" (in Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans, ed. Drummond, ).


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In Honor of James Albert Winans. lars trained in the classics and attuned to the importance of literary study, finally, they taught public speaking, not rhetoric, oratory, expression, or.

In Studies in rhetoric and public speaking in honor of James Albert Winans (pp. NY: Russell & Russell, Inc NY: Russell & Russell, Inc *Bla nton, M., & Stinchfield, S.

James Albert Winans states that public speaking is nothing more than _____, which means things such as vocal variations, facial expressions, and gestures should appear natural.

elocution b. practice. In Studies in rhetoric and public speaking in honor of James Albert Winans, Edited by: Drummond, A. 5 – New York: The Century Co. [Google Scholar]) saw that distinction in the search for effect while Wrage ( Wrage, E.

Public address: A study in social and intellectual history. Quarterly Journal of Speech, – Cited by: 1. He began the second stage, the study of grammar, in Madauros ( A.

D.). The third stage, the study of rhetoric, he would begin in Madauros but complete in Carthage. The second stage (grammar) focused on the poets and on the right method of writing and speaking.

This stage was essentially a study of literature. be grouped as rhetorical study in some institutions. Rhetoric courses also change from the study of rhetoric as practical instruction in composition, to the study of the history and criticism of rhetoric."2 The purpose of this essay is to com-Ray D.

Dearin is Professor of Speech at Iowa State University. 1 Donal d K. Smith, "Origin an Development. InHerbert A. Wichelns published the essay "The Literary Criticism of Oratory" in the book Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans.

Wicheln's essay attempted to "put rhetorical studies on par with literary studies as an area of academic interest and research.". James A. Winans, in his book, Public Speaking, wrote, "We would be better educated if we were to cultivate a philosophic attitude toward problems and a system of values by which to judge what we ought to do rather than concentrating on acquiring proficiency in the mechanics of speaking" does not reflect at all the idea of the early 20th century.

Professor of Public Speaking" at Cornell University, and the essay appeared in a festschrift for Wichelns's colleague called Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking In Honor of James Albert Winans.

The dedication read thus: To James Albert Winans upon his completion of a quarter century of. Wichelns, H. The literary criticism of oratory. In A. Drummond (Ed.), Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans (pp.

New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Google ScholarCited by: 9. The book of memory: A study of memory in Francis Bacon, the political orator. In Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans (pp.

91–). New York. The Century In P. Oesterreich & T. Sloan (Eds.), Rhetorica movet: Studies in historical and modern rhetoric in honor of Heinrich F.

Plett (pp. 3–24 Cited by: 1. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. The study of American public address began during this time frame. InHerbert A. Wichelns published the essay "The Literary Criticism of Oratory" in the book Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans.[1]' Wicheln's essay attempted to "put rhetorical studies on par with literary studies as an area of academic interest and research."[2] Wichelns wrote .of Oratory," in A.

M. Drummond, Studies in Rhetoric and Public Speaking in Honor of James Albert Winans (), and the editor's excellent intro-ductory chapter, "The Criticism of Rhetoric," in Marie Kathryn Hochmuth, A History and Criticism of American Public Address, Vol. III (). A.