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La llamada Rhetorica ad Herennium y sus autores

AuthorsPérez Castro, Lois C.
KeywordsRhetorica ad Herennium
De ratione dicendi
Issue Date30-Dec-1999
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationEmerita LXVII, 2: 251-262 (1999)
AbstractThere are some well-known facts that make defendable the attribution to Cornificius of the fourth book of the Rhetorica ad Herennium. But there are also other facts –remarkable differences concerning purpose of the work, attitudes towards the Greeks and technical terminology– that make hardly acceptable, or simply unacceptable, the attribution to the same author of the three first books. So, we can guess that the Rhetorica ad Herennium we know is, in fact, the work of a third scholar, who joined two different treatises trying to give to the whole an appariency of unity and consistency.
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