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the publication of Issue 6 | 2015 - On the epistolary of the online journal rhetorical exercises


Submitted by syntaxfactory on February 15, 2016 - 4:45pm


the publication of Issue 6 | 2015 - On the epistolary of the online journal rhetorical exercises
http://rhetorique.revues.org/

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the publication of Issue 6 | 2015 - On the epistolary of the online journal rhetorical exercises (ELLUG edition, Cléo publication / OpenEdition) at the following address:

http://rhetorique.revues.org/

We give you below the table of contents.

We are also launching an open call for contributions: any folder or item proposal is welcome.

You will find an overview of the review led the first issue (URL: http://rhetorique.revues.org/87 ).

With our warmest greetings.

Francis Goyet and Christine Noille, directors of the journal rhetorical exercises

6 | 2016 
On the epistolary

FOLDER. Epistolary rhetoric: the case of Madame de Sevigne
Editor Cécile Lignereux

Cécile Lignereux
Rhetoricity conditional letters of Madame de Sevigne [Full Text]

Bruno Méniel
Madame de Sevigne and the Natural rhetoric [Full Text]

Karine Abiven
The exemplum : a working model in the familiar letter? [Full Text]

Lise Charles
The great novels of Madame de Sevigne [Full Text]

Laure Depretto
Correspondence as soap? [Full Text]

Cécile Lignereux
A routine epistolary civility: the expression of condolence [Full Text]

Christine Noille
Brief notice of literary history: the question of sévignéenne rhetoricity [Full Text]

WORKSHOP. Typologies of textbooks ' epistolary art
Introduction and editing by Cecile Lignereux

Cécile Lignereux
The epistolary art of the classical age as rhetoric scope of knowledge [Full Text]

Jean Puget de la Serre
Instruction to write letters , 1 e part: In the Matter of Humanities ( Secretary fashionable , Amsterdam, Elzevier Louis, 1646, pp 5-37.) [Full text]

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