Title: Critical Moments in the Rhetoric of Kenneth Burke: Implications
Author: Martin Behr
Martin Behr is a doctoral candidate in the English Department at McGill University. He has taught Effective Written Communication and Academic Writing at McGill and Bishop's Universities. His research interests include rhetoric and composition, northern Canadian literature, genre theory, and cultural studies. He is presently working on a dissertation entitled The Rhetoric of Ethnography and Northern Canadian Literature.
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