Cicero: General Sources in Rhetoric

Comprensive on Cicero's rhetoric especially in rhetoric/communication.

List of Sources

Barber, Kimberly A. Rhetoric in Cicero's Pro Balbo. Routledge, New York, 2004.

Beasey, Mary Fowler. "It's What You Don't Say: Omissio in Cicero's Speeches." Southern Speech Communication Journal 39 (1973): 11-20.

Brinton, Alan. "Cicero's Use of Historical Examples in Moral Argument." Philosophy & Rhetoric 21 (1988): 169-184.

Cape, Robert W. "The Rhetoric of Politics in Cicero's Fourth Catilinarian." American Journal of Philology 116 (1995): 255-277.

Cerutti, Steven M. Cicero's Accretive Style: Rhetorical Strategies in the Exordia of the Judicial Speeches. New York: UP of America, 1996.

Churchill, J. Bradford. "Sponsio quae in verba facta est? Two Lost Speeches and the Formula of the Roman Legal Wager." Classical Quarterly 50 (2000): 159-169.

Classen, C. J. "Cicero orator inter Germanos redivivus." Humanistica Lovaniensia: Journal of Neo Latin Studies 37 (1988): 79-114.

Craig, Christopher P. "Rhetorical Expectations and Self-Fashioning in Cicero's Speech for P. Sulla, §§18–19." Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric, Vol. 32 No. 3, Summer 2014; (pp. 211-221) DOI: 10.1525/RH.2014.32.3.211

DiLorenzo, Raymond. "The Critique of Socrates in Cicero's De Oratore: ornatus and the Nature of Wisdom." Philosophy & Rhetoric 11 (1978): 247-261.

Enos, Richard Leo. "The Advocates of Pre-Ciceronian Rome: Cicero's Standard for Forensic Oratory."

Enos, Richard Leo. "Cicero's Forensic Oratory: The Manifestation of Power in the Roman Republic." Southern Communication Journal 40 (1974): 377-394.

Enos, Richard Leo. "The Epistemological Foundation for Cicero's Litigation Strategies." Communication Studies 28 (1975): 207-214.

Enos, Richard Leo. "Heuristic Structures of Dispositio in Oral and Written Rhetorical Composition: An Addendum to Ochs' Analysis of the Verrine Orations." Communication Studies 35 (1984): 77-83.

Enos, Richard Leo. "Quasi-logical, Illogical, and Extra-logical Appeals in Cicero's Forensic Arguments: Rhetoric as Theory and as Practice." Argumentation & Advocacy 19 (1983): 150-157.

Enos, Richard Leo, and Jeanne L. McClaran. "Audience and Image in Ciceronian Rome: Creation and Constraints of the Vir Bonus Personality." Communication Studies 29 (1978): 98-106.

Everitt, Anthony. Cicero: The Life and Times of Rome's Greatest Politician. New York: Random House, 2002.

Fantham, Elaine. "Orator 69-74." Communication Studies 35 (1984): 123-125.

Frazel, Thomas D. The Rhetoric of Ciceros "in Verrem". Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen, 2009.

Fuhrmann, Manfred. Cicero and the Roman Republic. Trans. W. E. Yuill. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.

Gaines, Robert N., ed. Special Reports: Studies in Cicero's Opera Rhetorica. Communication Studies 35 (1984).

Gallagher, Robert L. "Metaphor in Cicero's De Re Publica." Classical Quarterly 51 (2001): 509-519.

Goodwin, Jean. "Cicero's Authority." Philosophy & Rhetoric 34 (2001): 38-60.

Hall, Jon. "Persuasive Design in Cicero's De oratore." Phoenix 48 (1994): 210-225.

Halloran, S. Michael. "De Oratore III.147." Communication Studies 35 (1984): 127-128.

Innocenti, Beth. "Towards a Theory of Vivid Description as Practiced in Cicero's Verrine Orations." Rhetorica 12 (1994): 355-381.

Kirby, John T. "Ciceronian Rhetoric: Theory and Practice." Roman Eloquence: Rhetoric in Society and Literature. London: Routledge, 1997.

Kirby, John T. The Rhetoric of Cicero's Pro Cluentio. Amsterdam: J. C. Gieben, 1990.

Konstan, David. "Rhetoric and the Crisis of Legitimacy in Cicero's Catilinarian Orations." Rethinking the History of Rhetoric: Multidisciplinary Essays on the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Takis Poulakos. Boulder, CO: Westview P, 1993. 11-30.

Leff, Michael C. "Genre and Paradigm in the Second Book of De Oratore." Southern Communication Journal 51 (1986): 308-325.

Leff, Michael C. "Redemptive Identification: Cicero's Catilinarian Orations." Explorations in Rhetorical Criticism. Eds. G. P. Mohrmann et al. University Park: Penn State UP, 1973. 158-177.

Leff, Michael C. "The Topics of Argumentative Invention in Latin Rhetorical Theory from Cicero to Boethius." Rhetorica 1 (1983): 23-44.

MacKendrick, Paul. The Speeches of Cicero: Context, Law, and Rhetoric. London: Duckworth, 1995.

Manuwald, Gesine. "The speeches to the People in Cicero's oratorical corpora." Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric, Vol. 30 No. 2, Spring 2012; (pp. 153-175) DOI: 10.1525/RH.2012.30.2.153

May, James M. Brill's Companion to Cicero: Oratory and Rhetoric. Brill, Leiden;Boston;, 2002.

McNally, J. Richard. "Comments on Rhetoric and Oratory in Cicero's Letters." Southern Communication Journal 39 (1973): 21-32.

Meador, Prentice A. "Rhetoric and Humanism in Cicero." Philosophy & Rhetoric 3 (1970): 1-12.

Meador, Prentice A. "The Skeptic Theory of Perception: A Philosophical Antecedent of Ciceronian Probability." Quarterly Journal of Speech 54 (1968): 340-351.

Neel, Jaclyn. "Cicero's Rhetoric of Terror." Mouseion: Journal of the Classical Association of Canada, vol. 1014, no. 3, 2017, pp. 437-453

Ochs, Donovan J. "Brutus 332." Communication Studies 35 (1984): 125-127.

Ochs, Donovan J. "Rhetorical Detailing in Cicero's Verrine Orations." Communication Studies 33 (1982): 310-318.

Pangle, Thomas L. "Socratic Cosmopolitanism: Cicero's Critique and Transformation of the Stoic Ideal." Canadian Journal of Political Science 31 (1998): 235-266.

Prill, Paul. "Cicero in Theory and Practice: The Securing of Good Will in the Exordia of Five Forensic Speeches." Rhetorica 4 (1986): 93-109.

Quadlbauer, Franz. "Optimus Orator/Perfecte Eloquens: Zu Ciceros formalem Rednerideal und seiner Nachwirkung." Rhetorica 2 (1984): 103-119.

Remer, Gary. "Political Oratory and Conversation: Cicero versus Deliberative Democracy." Political Theory 27 (1999): 39-64.

Remer, Gary. "Rhetoric as a Balancing of Ends: Cicero and Machiavelli." Philosophy & Rhetoric 42/1 (2009): 29-58.

Samponaro, Laura. "The Old is New Again: Cicero, Barack Obama, and the Campaign Rhetoric of the ‘New Man’." Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric, Vol. 36 No. 4, Autumn 2018; (pp. 367-392) DOI: 10.1525/rh.2018.36.4.367

Sattler, William M. "Some Platonic Influences in the Rhetorical Works of Cicero." Quarterly Journal of Speech 35 (1949): 164-169.

Schryvers, P. A. "Invention, imagination, et theorie des emotions chez Ciceron et Quintilien." Rhetoric Revalued: Papers from the International Society for the History of Rhetoric. Ed. Brian Vickers. Binghamton: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1982. 47-57.

Schuetrumpf, Eckart. "Platonic Elements in the Structure of Cicero, De oratore Book I." Rhetorica 6 (1988): 237-258.

Steel, C. E. W. Cicero, Rhetoric, and Empire. Oxford University Press, 2001.

Stevenson, Tom, & Marcus Wilson. Cicero's Philippics: History, Rhetoric and Ideology. Prudentia vol. 37 and 38. Polygraphia, Auckland, N.Z, 2008.

Threet, Douglas F. "The Rhetorical Function of Ciceronian Probability." Southern Communication Journal 39 (1974): 309-321.

Vasaly, Ann. Representations: Images of the World in Ciceronian Oratory. Berkeley: U of California P, 1993.

Volpe, Michael. "Cicero's 'Dust:' Deception, Diversion or Different Perspective?" Communication Studies 29 (1978): 118-126.

Volpe, Michael. "The Persuasive Force of Humor: Cicero's Defense of Caelius." Quarterly Journal of Speech 63 (1977): 311-323.

Williams, Mark A. E. "Arguing With Style: How Persuasion and the Enthymeme Work Together in On Invention, Book 3." Southern Communication Journal 68 (2003): 136-151.

Wood, Neal. Cicero's Social and Political Thought. Berkeley, CA: U of California P, 1988.

Wooten, Cecil W. "Brutus 322." Communication Studies 35 (1984): 128-131.

Wooten, Cecil W. Cicero's Philippics and Their Demosthenic Model: The Rhetoric of Crisis. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1983

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