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Greek Drama and the Invention of Rhetoric

@inproceedings{Sansone2012GreekDA,
  title={Greek Drama and the Invention of Rhetoric},
  author={D. Sansone},
  year={2012}
}
Preface Part One: What Drama Does and How It Does It 1. Setting the Stage 2. Seeing is Believing 3. The Muse Takes a Holiday 4. It s counterpoint, he countered, and pointed. 5. Illusion and Collusion 6. Reaction Time Part Two: The Second Stage: The Invention of Rhetoric 7. Paradigm Shift Happens 8. Perhaps You Will Object 9. Putting the Accuser on Trial Works Cited 
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