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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572734456
  • Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/1/2002
  • Series: Hampton Press Communication Ser.
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 566

Table of Contents

Introduction: Walter J. Ong's Work and Western Culture 1
1 Review of The Interior Landscape: The Literary Criticism of Marshall McLuhan, 1943-1962 (1970) 69
2 An Interview with Walter J. Ong Conducted by George Riemer (1971) 79
3 Hopkins' Sprung Rhythm and the Life of English Poetry (1941/1949) 111
4 The Province of Rhetoric and Poetic (1942) 175
5 Historical Backgrounds of Elizabethan and Jacobean Punctuation Theory (1944) 185
6 The Jinnee in the Well-Wrought Urn (1954) 199
7 Ramus: Rhetoric and the Pre-Newtonian Mind (1954) 209
8 Ramus and the Transit to the Modern Mind (1955) 229
9 Metaphor and the Twinned Vision: The Phoenix and the Turtle (1955) 239
10 Grammer in the Twentieth Century (1956) 247
11 Voice as Summons for Belief: Literature, Faith, and the Divided Self (1958) 259
12 The Barbarian Within: Outsiders Inside Society Today (1962) 277
13 Review of The Singer of Tales (1961-1962) 301
14 Review of The Gutenberg Galaxy (1962) 307
15 Review of Preface to Plato (1964) 309
16 Oral Residue in Tudor Prose Style (1965) 313
17 Written Transmission of Literature (1967) 331
18 Preface to Man at Play (1967) 345
19 Review of Classical Rhetoric in English Poetry (1971-1972) 349
20 Review of Eighteenth-Century British Logic and Rhetoric (1972) 355
21 Why Talk? A Conversation about Language with Walter J. Ong Conducted by Wayne Altree (1973) 363
22 The Writer's Audience Is Always a Fiction (1975) 405
23 Typographic Rhapsody: Ravisius Textor, Zwinger, and Shakespeare (1976) 429
24 Literacy and Orality in Our Times (1978) 465
25 The Agonistic Base of Scientifically Abstract Thought: Issues in Fighting for Life: Contest, Sexuality, and Consciousness (1982) 479
26 Technological Development and Writer-Subject-Reader Immediacies (1990) 497
27 Information and/or Communication: Interactions (1996) 505
28 Digitization Ancient and Modern: Beginnings of Writing and Today's Computers (1998) 527
Index 551
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