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“The Literary Criticism of Oratory” a) Published inthis article represented an early effort to distinguish rhetorical criticism from literary criticism b) Wichelns offers several contrary characteristics of literary and rhetorical criticism i. Literary Criticism i Timeless (truth, beauty).
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