Rhetoric in Byzantium ePUB â Rhetoric in Epub /
- 294 pages
- Rhetoric in Byzantium
- Elizabeth Jeffreys
- 12 December 2016 Elizabeth Jeffreys
❰KINDLE❯ ❄ Rhetoric in Byzantium Author Elizabeth Jeffreys – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk 'Rhetoric in Byzantium' explores the ways in which rhetoric functioned in Byzantine society as a tool for the effective communication of ideas and ideologies but at times also a barrier that inhibited 'Rhetoric in Byzantium' explores the ways in which rhetoric functioned in Byzantine society as a tool for the effective communication of ideas and ideologies but at times also a barrier that inhibited the expression of real feelings and everyday realities and imposed a burden of decoding on outsiders After an introduction on the practical and textual background to Byzantine rhetoric the essays are grouped in five sections The first two deal with the basis of Rhetoric in Epub / Rhetoric in Byzantium and its public uses principally in imperial and ecclesiastical ceremonial The next sections look at how rhetoric affects the definition of literature in a Byzantine context and the aesthetic to be used in approaching Byzantine literature with reference to current critical approaches and specifically at the role of rhetoric in the writing of history does it only obscure the facts or does the rhetorical process itself provide information at other levels The final essays examine the interaction of the written word and pictorial representation and the uestion of whether real connections between rhetorical training and artistic production can be demonstrated.