3 edition of The narrative rhetorics of the British sentimental novel, 1760-1800. found in the catalog.
The narrative rhetorics of the British sentimental novel, 1760-1800.
Anne Patricia Williams
Written in English
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It traces the social and moral. Eighteenth-century rhetorical theory and rhetoricians figured prominently in the development of contemporary composition and rhetoric. This reference provides critical overviews of the careers and contributions of all major and many minor British and American rhetoricians of the 18th century.
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Book One: The beginnings --The triumph of the novel --Richardson and seduction --The elegant epistolarians --Sterne and sensibility --Sex and sensibility --The sentimental formula --Book Two: The sentimental years --Popular isms and ologies --Ten thousand and one nights in a barroom --Uncle Tom's and other cabins --Home.
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