This expanded view of writing does not mean that prose composition
The examples chosen include verse and prose composition
, and a range of genres and texts by Spenser, Watson, John Lilliat, Sidney, Montaigne, and Chaucer.
German--Joynes-Meissner's Grammar; Prose Composition
Libanius's Progymnasmata; model exercises in Greek prose composition
This Latin term, however, has been defined as a prose composition
, usually a letter composed from set rules of the genre of the ars dictaminis, an omitted term.
My proposal, then, is to search the Maitreyi dialogue for other examples of rhythmic prose composition
George Kennedy, America's foremost authority on ancient rhetoric, provides accurate, authoritative translations of four handbooks (by Aelius Theon, Hermogenes, Aphthonius Sophistes, and Nicolaus Sophistes) for the teaching of rhetoric in Progymnasmata: Greek Textbooks of Prose Composition
and Rhetoric (Society of Biblical Literature, $29.
gives a detailed account of the two species of prose composition
apparently modeled on Bana's works.
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Professor Edgeworth included a portion of a Latin prose composition
in an article he wrote for the Journal of Education.
The primary principle of prose composition
Montaigne's book inaugurated the term essay for the short prose composition
treating a given subject in a rather informal and personal manner.