Rhetoric and Culture in Non-European Societies

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MEYER, Christian, 2009. Rhetoric and Culture in Non-European Societies. In: FIX, Ulla, ed., Andreas GARDT, ed., Joachim KNAPE, ed.. Rhetoric and Stylistics : An International Handbook of Historical and Systematic Research : Volume 2. Berlin:De Gruyter, pp. 1144-1158. ISBN 978-3-11-017857-9

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