The rhetorical emergence of culture

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MEYER, Christian, ed., Felix GIRKE, ed., 2011. The rhetorical emergence of culture. New York:Berghahn. ISBN 978-0-85745-112-5

@book{Meyer2011rheto-37161, isbn={978-0-85745-112-5}, publisher={Berghahn}, series={Studies in rhetoric and culture}, title={The rhetorical emergence of culture}, year={2011}, number={4}, address={New York}, editor={Meyer, Christian and Girke, Felix} }

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