Saying What Goes without Saying: The Rhetoric of Bacon's Essays
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Wayne C. Booth is indisputedly one of the most important and influential literary critics in American belles lettres. Not only is he widely acclaimed for his stimulating arguments and conclusions, but he is also appreciated for the kinds of activities and intellectual life in which he engages his audience. This collection of essays is not so much a retrospective of Booth's career, or an accolade in honor of his newly acquired emeritus status, as it is a challenge for him to continue his work and a reflection of both the profit and the pleasure of his company.
Garver, Eugene. “Saying What Goes without Saying: The Rhetoric of Bacon's Essays.” In Rhetoric and Pluralism: Legacies of Wayne Booth, edited by Frederick J. Antczak, 211-236. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1995.
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