The Rhetorical Short Story: Best American Short Stories on War and the Military, 1915-2006 by William M. Purcell
In the short story, Purcell examines more than ninety short stories as a rhetorical process for nearly a century of American history. The words of more than seventy-five authors represent…
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In the short story, Purcell examines more than ninety short stories as a rhetorical process for nearly a century of Americanhistory. The words of more than seventy-five authors represent voices of American voices, from the early days of the Great War to the conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Each story contains a kind of rhetoric that enables its audience to indirectly relate to the author's experience. This account sees the transformation of the American perspective from an isolationist perspective, which emphasizes actions directed at strong individual purposes, to those where individuals are trapped in the inevitable consequences of a stream of events that determines everything..
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