Quintilian s Didactic Metaphors

Quintilian s Didactic Metaphors

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Author: Jane Gray Carter

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Excerpt from Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors: A Thesis for the Doctorate in Philosophy The object of this study is to learn to what extent Quin tilian was able to stem the tide that was fast sweeping Latin literature to its decadence. To do this, we must reinstate this great master of Latin prose in his environment, as the epoch is an important factor in elucidating the work of an author, but Quintilian is an author incidentally, a modest schoolmaster in the main, whose life work seemed to be to array all his forces against the prevailing sententious style of his day; yet, he too, falls at times into the epigrammatic fashion he so much deplored. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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Quintilian s Didactic Metaphors Primary Source Edition

Quintilian s Didactic Metaphors       Primary Source Edition

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Author: Jane Gray Carter

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QUINTILIANS DIDACTIC METAPHORS

QUINTILIANS DIDACTIC METAPHORS

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Author: Jane Gray 1875 Carter

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Bringing in the Sheaves

Bringing in the Sheaves

Economy and Metaphor in the Roman World Brent D. Shaw ... See Carter,
Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors, pp. 24, 31 ... on harvesting or, much less, reaping
; and the more detailed study by Assfahl, Vergleie/J and Metap/Jer bei Quintilian,
esp.

Author: Brent D. Shaw

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9781442644793

Category: History

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The annual harvesting of cereal crops was one of the most important economic tasks in the Roman Empire. Not only was it urgent and critical for the survival of state and society, it mobilized huge numbers of men and women every year from across the whole face of the Mediterranean. In Bringing in the Sheaves, Brent D. Shaw investigates the ways in which human labour interacted with the instruments of harvesting, what part the workers and their tools had in the whole economy, and how the work itself was organized. Both collective and individual aspects of the story are investigated, centred on the life-story of a single reaper whose work in the wheat fields of North Africa is documented in his funerary epitaph. The narrative then proceeds to an analysis of the ways in which this cyclical human behaviour formed and influenced modes of thinking about matters beyond the harvest. The work features an edition of the reaper inscription, and a commentary on it. It is also lavishly illustrated to demonstrate the important iconic and pictorial dimensions of the story.
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Roman Eloquence

Roman Eloquence

Brink, C. O. (1989) 'Quintilian's De Causis Corruptae Eloquentiae and Tacitus'
Dialogus de Oratoribus', Classical Quarterly 39: 472-503. Brock, M. D. (191 1)
Studies in ... Princeton. Carter,J. G. (1910) Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors. Diss.

Author: William J. Dominik

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134801466

Category: History

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The present volume is part of a general renaissance in the study of rhetoric and bears testimony to a discipline undergoing rapid and exciting change. It draws together established and newer scholars in the field to produce a probing and innovative analysis of the role played by rhetoric in Roman culture. Utilizing a variety of critical approaches and methodologies, these scholars examine not only the role of rhetoric in Roman society but also the relationship between rhetoric and Rome's major literary genres. In addition to demonstrating rhetoric's critical significance for Roman culture, the studies reveal the important role played by rhetoric in the formation of the various genres of literature.
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2000 2999 Language and literature

2000 2999  Language and literature

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Quintilian s Witnesses

Quintilian s Witnesses

Aside from the fact that Pope took pains to indicate his debt to Quintilian in his
own published notes on the Essay , we know from his ... See the doctoral study ,
Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors , by Jane Gray Carter , New York , 1910 . 93
Warton ...

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Historical Studies of Rhetoric and Rhetoricians

Historical Studies of Rhetoric and Rhetoricians

He used to mention Quintilian too as an old favourite author with him . ” 92 .
Warton , An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Pope , 3rd ed . , London , 1772 ,
1 . 78 . See the doctoral study , Quintilian ' s Didactic Metaphors , by Jane Gray ...

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Classified List

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.SCT2912.6 Carter , J. G. Quintilian's didactic metaphors . N. Y. ( 1910. ) .
SCT2912.616 Ciodius , C. A. Super Quinctiliani judicio d . sublimitate Homeri .
Lipsiae , 1764 . .SOT2912.62 Dessauer , H. D. handschriftliche grundlage d . 19. .
.Pseudo ...

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From Maumee to Thames and Tiber

From Maumee to Thames and Tiber

... Normal College of New York, now Hunter College, availed themselves of my
courses. One of these teachers followed my courses for eight years, and finally
wrote a thesis of sound learning dealing with the didactic metaphors in Quintilian.

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Reports of Officers

Reports of Officers

Doctors ' theses published during the year were : Ph . D. Jane Grey Carter , 1910
Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors . W. Franklin Jones , 1911 Experimental - Critical
Study of Present Systems of Grading and Promotion . Paul Klapper , 1909 The ...

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Annual Reports of New York University

Doctors ' theses published during the year were : Ph . D. Jane Grey Carter , 1910
Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors . W. Franklin Jones , 1911 Experimental - Critical
Study of Present Systems of Grading and Promotion . Paul Klapper , 1909 The ...

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Doctors ' theses published during the year were : Ph . D. Jane Grey Carter , 1910
Quintilian's Didactic Metaphors . W. Franklin Jones , 1911 Experimental - Critical
Study of Present Systems of Grading and Promotion . Paul Klapper , 1909 The ...

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Classical pamphlets

Classical pamphlets

( 6 ) Quintilian an exemplar of the infusion of new blood into Rome from the
Provinces . QUINTILIAN'S USE OF METAPHORS , SIMILES , AND
COMPARISONS . 17 1. Didactic Metaphors . A One thing with life for another with
life . Architecture ...

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