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History of Rhetoric - Style (ENGL 380)

  • College: College of Arts and Sciences
  • Department: Languages and Literature
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • This course has a lecture with 3 hours.

The problems of editing and revising written texts through the study of style. Students begin studying contemporary editing practices. They examine the changes in correctness, eloquence, and theories of rhetoric from Aristotle to current theorists. Using samples of written (English) texts, primarily scientific and technical writing, students examine their assumptions of ""good style"" and consider the importance of rhetorical concerns: appropriateness, audience awareness, and stylistic choices. Pre-Requisites:ENGL 311 or ENGL 321 or ENGL 323 or ENGL 325 with a grade of C+ or better. Typically Offered Spring.


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