Aristotle's Treatise on Rhetoric: Literally Translated; with Hobbes' Analysis, Examination Questions and an Appendix Containing the Greek Definitions. Also, The Poetic of Aristotle, Literally Translated, with a Selection of Notes, an Analysis, and Questions
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