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The History Of Russian Rhetoric: Sources, Ideas, Authors

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This chapter describes the history of Russian rhetoric in basic authors and works, beginning with the earliest manual of rhetoric, dated to 1620, up until the modern period and the renaissance of rhetoric in the twenty-first century. Research into manuscripts and printed manuals on rhetoric reveals the various aspects of Russian rhetoric, as well as its historical development and norms, thus illustrating the connection between rhetoric and Russian political history. This rich collection of authors and works, almost unknown to modern researchers, suggests perspectives for future study of the history of Russian rhetoric.

Keywords: October revolution; Russian rhetoric



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