On Rhetoric: A Theory of Civic Discourse Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

As mentioned in Book III, Chapter 14, when should a legal defense orator attempt to convince the jury to consider their client positively? (from Book III, Chapters 13-19)

2.

Although a refutative enthymeme might be more effective in a certain sense, how did Aristotle describe all enthymemes? (from Book II, Chapters 23-26)

3.

As Aristotle noted, what was necessary for the actions and/or events described in the narration? (from Book III, Chapters 13-19)

4.

Which one of the following was not included by Aristotle in the forms of surprises he mentioned? (from Book III, Chapter 10-12)

5.

What was thought to be incorrect about the example of the misuse of the epithet that Aristotle provided? (from Book III, Chapters 1-9)

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