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The Logic and Validity of Emotional Appeal in Classical Greek Rhetorical Theory
Works Cited or Consulted
by Bryan Register

Date: 1 May 99
Forum: University of Texas at Austin
Copyright: Bryan Register

In keeping with my theme, I have been inclusive rather than exclusive. I have printed here the list of works which I cited or consulted, including ones which I did not read during the preparation of this thesis but which informed my approach in some way. I invite the reader to think of this as the humility of a student who wants to avoid claiming originality for anything which is not original.

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* indicates that the work is an important methodological influence, rather than a source of information on the historical figures and texts discussed.

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