Early Christianity and its literature ; no. 10.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1: Paul's rhetorical education in recent scholarship.From unschooled tentmaker to educated rhetorician Second Corinthians 10-13 : a historical and literary introduction Part 2: Querying rhetorical criticism of 2 Corinthians 10-13.Forensic rhetoric, epistolary types, and rhetorical education Paul's (in)appropriate boasting : periautologia Peristasis catalogues : rhythm, amplification, Klangfiguren Not a fool, a fool's mask : Narrenrede and prosōpopoiia Synkrisis in Corinth Not a fool, it's (only) irony Part 3: Rhetoric as informal social practice.Toward a theory of general rhetoric Attending to other voices The acquisition of informal rhetorical knowledge [Hidiōtēs tō Logō] Conclusion : "where is the voice coming from?".
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 325-371) and indexes.
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