You Talkin' To Me?: Rhetoric from Aristotle to Obama - Sam Leith Reviews
Description:ISBN 1846683157 / Author: Sam Leith / Hardcover / 304 Pages / Book is published 2011-10-20 by Profile Books
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by - written on 31/03/12 (Useful, 6 readings)
This book was marked as essential reading for my politics and rhetoric course at university and I must say, for those who are completely new to the subject or generally interested in rhetoric in every day life, this really is an 'essential' text. It is easy to read, doesn't bog you down in academic studies or complex sentences and has added elements of surprise and humour which will certainly keep you entertained, as well as informed. Leith succeeds in making literary devices seem interesting, rather than drab or boring and rather than just listing devices and defining them, he provides examples from advertising, politics, english literature to help him ... Read the complete review
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