By Roger Fowler
This booklet, first released in 1987, differs from many different ‘dictionaries of feedback’ in concentrating much less on time-honoured rhetorical phrases and extra on conceptually versatile, robust phrases. each one access includes no longer easily a dictionary definition yet an essay exploring the historical past and whole importance of the time period, and its percentages in severe discourse. This name is a perfect easy reference textual content for literature scholars of all degrees.
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