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ERIC Number: ED099935
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 31
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Conference in Rhetorical Criticism: Address of the Conference and Outstanding Papers; Annual Conference (1st, Hayward, Calif., May 1966).
Barrett, Harold, Ed.; Loebs, Bruce D., Ed.
At the first annual Cal-State Hayward Conference in Rhetorical Criticism, upper division and graduate students from 12 colleges and universities presented papers on the theory, history, and criticism of rhetoric. A panel of faculty members, serving as editor-critics, judged the five papers in this volume as outstanding. The titles and authors of these papers are "Black = Without Light?" by Ronald Douglas Gordon, "An Analysis of the Archetypal-Thematic Metaphor in Webster's 'Seventh of March Address'" by Roger W. Hite, "Adolph Sutro and the Comstock Tunnel" by Dorothy M. Mansfield, "The Rake and the Crown" by Stephen L. Mock, and "Gladstone's 'Address at Edinburgh'" by V. Jackson Smith. The conference address by Dr. Kenneth G. Hance, "What is a Rhetorical Critic?" is also included in the volume. (TO)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: California State Coll., Hayward. Dept. of Speech and Drama.