Silence as a Rhetorical Device: Criticism, Praise and Practice

Silence as a Rhetorical Device: Criticism, Praise and Practice

Warren Ray, Spring 2011

Exploration of the rhetorical use of silence and the theory of its rhetorical use chronologically (Ancient Egyptians, Christ, modern examples), strategically in political movements, and argumentative theory behind the rhetorical use of silence.

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