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This appendix has two sections. The appendix 1 presents a table on alternation of speech modes in debates and conversations. The appendix 2 presents a table on catalogue of Greek and Persian debates. In this book The Shape of Herodotean Rhetoric, Vasiliki Zali offers a fresh assessment of Herodotus' rhetorical awareness. Zali explores the ways in which the speeches in Herodotus' final five books emphasize the fragility of Greek unity and the problematic Greco-Persian polarity.

Keywords: Greek; Herodotus; Persia



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