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      Rhetoric

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      In classical approaches to language, the study of effective or persuasive speaking and writing, especially as practised in public oratory. Several hundred rhetorical figures were recognized by classical rhetoricians, classifying the way words could be arranged in order to achieve special stylistic effects. Some of these notions have continued in modern stylistic analysis, such as metaphor, simile, personification and paradox. The study of rhetoric has been given a new lease of life in modern courses on communication, where the aim is to understand the processes underlying successful argument and persuasion.

       

      傳統語言研究中指研究如何使口頭和書面表達更為有效或更有說服力,特別是在公開演講的場合。傳統修辭學家分出好幾百種修辭格,分門別類說明為取得特殊風格效果而組配語詞的各種方式。其中有些概念仍為現代風格學研究所采用,如隱喻、直喻、擬人、佯謬等。修辭學研究在現代信遞研究中又獲得新生,研究的目的是要了解使辯論和說服得以成功的底層機理。

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