The rhetoric of the new Arcadia

@inproceedings{Eaton1978TheRO,
  title={The rhetoric of the new Arcadia},
  author={Diane F. Eaton},
  year={1978}
}
This study examines the rhetoric of the new Arcadia; that is, it analyses the ways in which Sidney intended to provide the readers of the new Arcadia with ethical teaching and to persuade them of the validity of such precepts as guides in their own lives. Chapter One deals with the changes in Sidney's moral understanding—traceable in the literary works that immediately preceded the new Arcadia—that prompted him to revise the earlier version. In the old Arcadia and in Astrophil and Stella… Expand

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