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Title Available means : an anthology of women's rhetoric(s) / edited by Joy Ritchie and Kate Ronald.
Imprint Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2001]
2001

Series Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture
Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture.
Subject Speeches, addresses, etc -- Women authors.
Alt Name Ritchie, Joy S.
Ronald, Kate.
Series Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture
Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture.
Subject Speeches, addresses, etc -- Women authors.
Alt Name Ritchie, Joy S.
Ronald, Kate.
Description 1 online resource (xxxi, 521 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 510-516) and index.
Contents "Pericles' Funeral Oration" from Plato's Menexenus / Aspasia -- "On Love" from Plato's Symposium / Diotima -- "Speech to the Triumvirs" / Hortensia -- from "Letter I. Heloise to Abelard" / Heloise -- from Revelations of Divine Love / Julian of Norwich -- "Letter 83: To Mona Lapa, her mother, in Siena" / Catherine of Siena -- from The Book of the City of Ladies / Christine De Pizan -- from The Book of Margery Kempe / Margery Kempe -- "To the Troops at Tilbury" / Queen Elizabeth I -- from Jane Anger Her Protection for Women ... / Jane Anger -- from A Mouzzel for Melastomus / Rachel Speght -- from Womens Speaking Justified, Proved and Allowed by the Scriptures / Margaret Fell -- from "La Respuesta" / Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz -- from A Serious Proposal to the Ladies / Mary Astell -- "Letter To Lady Bute" / Lady Mary Wortley Montagu -- "Petition of an African Slave" / Belinda -- from A Vindication of the Rights of Woman / Mary Wollstonecraft -- "Cherokee Women Address Their Nation" / Cherokee Women -- "Lecture Delivered at the Franklin Hall" / Maria W. Stewart -- "Letter to Theodore Weld" / Sarah Grimke -- "Address at Pennsylvania Hall" / Angelina Grimke Weld -- from Woman in the Nineteenth Century / Margaret Fuller -- "Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions" / Seneca Falls Convention -- "Speech at the Women's Rights Convention, Akron, Ohio" / Sojourner Truth -- "We Are All Bound Up Together" / Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- from The United States of America v. Susan B. Anthony / Susan B. Anthony -- from Life Among the Piutes / Sarah Winnemucca -- "The Higher Education of Women" / Anna Julia Cooper -- from "The Solitude of Self" / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- from "The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States since the Emancipation Proclamation" / Fanny Barrier Williams -- 'Lynch Law in All its Phases" / Ida B. Wells -- from Women and Economics / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- "The Present Status of Rhetorical Theory" / Gertrude Buck -- from Correct Writing and Speaking / Mary Augusta Jordan -- "Letter to the Readers of The Woman Rebel" / Margaret Sanger -- from "Marriage and Love" / Emma Goldman -- "Facing Life Squarely" / Alice Dunbar Nelson -- "Memorial Day in Chicago" / Dorothy Day -- "Professions for Women" / Virginia Woolf -- "Crazy for This Democracy" / Zora Neale Hurston -- from the Introduction to The Second Sex / Simone De Beauvoir -- "A Fable for Tomorrow" / Rachel Carson -- "The Special Plight and the Role of the Black Woman" / Fannie Lou Hamer -- "When We Dead Awaken: Writing as Re-Vision" / Adrienne Rich -- from "Sorties" / Helene Cixous -- "The Combahee River Collective Statement" / Combahee River Collective -- "The Tranformation of Silence into Language and Action" / Audre Lorde -- "Letter to Ma" / Merle Woo -- "In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens" / Alice Walker -- from A Feeling for the Organism / Evelyn Fox Keller -- "I Want A Twenty-Four Hour Truce During Which There is No Rape" / Andrea Dworkin -- "Grandmother of the Sun: Ritual Gynocracy in Native America" / Paula Gunn Allen -- "How to Tame a Wild Tongue" / Gloria Anzaldua -- "Don't You Talk About My Momma!" / June Jordan -- from Woman, Natice, Other / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- "Homeplace (a site of resistance)" / Bell Hooks -- "Carnal Acts" / Nancy Mairs -- "The Clan of One-Breasted Women" / Terry Tempest Williams -- "The Death of the Profane" / Patricia Williams -- "The Nobel Lecture in Literature" and "The Acceptance Speech" / Toni Morrison -- "Gender Quiz" / Minnie Bruce Pratt -- from Two or Three Things I Know for Sure / Dorothy Allison -- "It's a Big Fat Revolution" / Nomy Lamm -- "Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit" / Leslie Marmon Silko -- From United States v. Virginia et al. / Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- "Anthropology That Breaks Your Heart" / Ruth Behar -- "Supremacy Crimes" / Gloria Steinem.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
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Summary From Aspasia--a contemporary of Plato--to Gloria Steinem, Available Means gathers the voices of women rhetoricians throughout history. The first anthology of primary texts in this tradition, this book expands the canon and demonstrates how women's writing and speaking has redefined and subverted traditional means of persuasion. "I say that even later someone will remember us," wrote Sappho in the sixthe century, B.C.E. Her prediction came true, not only for her own writing, but for that of hundreds of women over the past two and a half millennia. Seventy of them are represented in Available Means, including: Queen Elizabeth I, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Mary Wollstonecraft, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Virginia Woolf, Zora Neale Hurston, Rachel Carson, Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, Dorothy Allison, and many more.
ISBN 9780822979753 (electronic bk.)
0822979756 (electronic bk.)
082294152X
9780822941521
0822957531
9780822957539
OCLC # 887803065
Additional Format Print version: Available means 082294152X (DLC) 2001002290 (OCoLC)46777387


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