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Cover: Menander Rhetor. Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Ars RhetoricaMenander Rhetor. Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Ars RhetoricaRhetor, Menander
Dionysius of Halicarnassus
Race, William H.
HARDCOVER06/10/2019$28.00
Cover: Hyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtHyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtJohnson, Christopher D.HARDCOVER09/01/2010$45.00
Cover: Hyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtHyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtJohnson, Christopher D.PAPERBACK07/01/2010$27.95
Cover: The Word of the Lord Is Upon Me: The Righteous Performance of Martin Luther King, Jr.The Word of the Lord Is Upon Me: The Righteous Performance of Martin Luther King, Jr.Rieder, JonathanPAPERBACK03/15/2010$23.50
Cover: Their Right to Speak: Women's Activism in the Indian and Slave DebatesTheir Right to Speak: Women's Activism in the Indian and Slave DebatesPortnoy, AlisseHARDCOVER10/30/2005$78.00
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