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American Book ReviewIf indeed Aristotle was correct to propose that rhetoric is the art of finding the available means of persuasion, Daniel M. Gross has done an excellent job of making such means available in his new study of emotion. . . . Gross is a splendid writer—insightful and moving. This text is accessible, even for those unfamiliar with affect theory, and, in fact, it may be the perfect place to start your reading if you are interested in the history of emotion and how affect theory might enrich your own work.
— David Rogers