Declamation, Paternity, and Roman Identity: Authority and the Rhetorical Self

Declamation, Paternity, and Roman Identity: Authority and the Rhetorical Self

Erik Gunderson


Declamation used to be a staple of schooling and cultured literary lifestyles within the Roman global over many centuries. This publication deals a thorough second look of the style, its social significance, and its function within the heritage of the Western self. sarcastically, this style captivated with "growing up" has been rejected via its personal posterity. Erik Gunderson explores the social and psychic dynamics of this refusal in the historic international in addition to past. The e-book is of curiosity to experts in classics, rhetoric, queer experiences, and psychoanalytic literary feedback.

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