Declamation, paternity, and Roman identity : authority and the rhetorical self /
For centuries declamation was a staple of education and cultured literary life in the Roman world. This book radically re-evaluates the genre, its social import, and its place in the history of the Western self. It will interest specialists in classics, rhetoric, queer studies, and psychoanalytic li...
Cambridge, U.K. ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
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