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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Ferrari, G. R. F., Easterling, P. E., Hopkins, M. K.
How myth and formal argument in the dialogue, Phaedrus, complement and reinforce each other, is the focus of an account written for students of the history of literary theory or rhetoric as well as Plato's thought.Ferrari, G. R. F. is the author of 'Listening to the Cicadas A Study of Plato's Phaedrus' with ISBN 9780521409322 and ISBN 0521409322.
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