7 edition of Natural eloquence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Barbara T. Gates and Ann B. Shteir.|
|Series||Science and literature|
|Contributions||Gates, Barbara T., 1936-, Shteir, Ann B., 1941-|
|LC Classifications||Q130 .N385 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|ISBN 10||0299154807, 029915484X|
|LC Control Number||96043668|
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" Natural Eloquence raises crucial issues about the nature of popularization and of women's science in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to Author: Barbara Gates. Get this from a library. Natural eloquence: women reinscribe science. [Barbara T Gates; Ann B Shteir;] -- Women have long participated in the dissemination of science, a part of the history of science that until recently has been undervalued and little explored.
By practicing the arts of science writing. The Elements of Eloquence: How to Turn the Perfect English Phrase is a non-fiction book by Mark Forsyth published in The book explains classical rhetoric, dedicating each chapter to a rhetorical figure with examples of its use, particularly in the works of William h argues the power of Shakespeare's language was a result of studying formal rhetoric, and Author: Mark Forsyth.
Natural Eloquence Women Reinscribe Science Edited by Barbara T. Gates and Ann B. Shteir Science and Literature Women have long participated in the dissemination of science, a part of the history of science that until recently has been undervalued and little explored.
""Natural Eloquence" raises crucial issues about the nature of popularization and of women's science in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It introduces little-known or unknown women scientists and popularizers of science, showing how and why they achieved their local popularity, how their arguments developed, and how romantic or pious engagements with nature turned.
Synonyms for eloquence at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for eloquence. The Elements of Eloquence is a cleverly crafted book about the English language, that both amuses and enlightens.
Forsyth's writing is witty and humorous, and I loved that he often implemented the language techniques he was describing and discussing/5.
Eloquence (from French eloquence from Latin eloquentia) is fluent, forcible, elegant or persuasive is primarily the power of expressing strong emotions in striking and appropriate language, thereby producing conviction or persuasion.
The term is also used for writing in a fluent style. The concept of eloquence dates to the ancient Greeks, Calliope (one of the nine.
Although the title Natural Eloquence might suggest that there is something essentialist in the ways that women write about nature, in fact the suggestion here is rather that the women write in an engaged way, using their individual perceptions and relationships within natural, cultural, and scientific : Sally Gregory Kohlstedt.
The Need for Eloquence. Eloquence is the attempt to get a set of tricky ideas into the mind of another person using the art of verbal charm. Managing employees requires eloquence; instilling ideas in children requires eloquence; and leading a country involves eloquence.
Unfortunately, the idea of ‘eloquence’ has acquired a bad name. On Eloquence."—John Wilson, Christianity Today "Donoghue has fashioned a well-written and engaging exploration of eloquence in literature While there are a number of works that analyze the role of eloquence in politics and oratory, this book examines eloquence solely in a literary context.
The result was that peculiar mixture of grace, dignity, and natural eloquence which scholars know as sophoclean.
He refrains from setting his cleverness against the eloquence of the facts. I then perceived for the first time in my life the mysterious, incantatory, supernatural powers of. Vernacular Eloquence: What Speech Can Bring to Writing User Review - Book Verdict.
Elbow (English, emeritus, Univ. of Mass., Amherst; Writing Without Teachers) devotes his latest book to the value the spoken word brings to literacy and, ultimately, the written word. Seeing Hume's philosophy as a key to the literature of the mid-eighteenth century, Adam Potkay compares the staus of eloquence in Hume's Essays and Natural History of Religion to its status in novels by Sterne, poems by Pope and Gray, and Macpherson's Poems of by: concerns us in this book, but the power—speciﬁcally the connections between the power of his biblical perception, the power of his natural eloquence, and the power of his spiritual eﬀectiveness.
Jonathan Edwards’s wife Sarah said that Whiteﬁeld was a “born orator.”3 Benjamin Franklin, who rejected Whiteﬁeld’s entire theology.
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Books by Henry James, anything by Dorothy Parker, the poetry of Maya Angelou, and really good contemporary plays, even ones that are written in casual speech. Dramatic speech is elusive. It sounds natural and even sometimes dialectical, but it is.
Is There Christian Eloquence? This question has weighed on me for decades, so much so that maybe he knows we did an entire Desiring God national conference in under the title “The Power of Words and the Wonder of God.” The next year, Justin Taylor edited those messages into a book by the same title.The Book of Eloquence: A Collection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from the Most Famous Orators and Poets; Intended as Exercises for Declamation in Colleges and Schools.
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