Monty Python and Unpronouncable Figures of Speech

“Ah, the ancient art of rhetoric. There’s no escaping it. Variously defined as “the art of argumentation and discourse” or, by Aristotle in his fragmented treatise, as “the means of persuasion [that] could be found in the matter itself; and then stylistic arrangement,” rhetoric is complicated.” …more at Open Culture

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2 responses to “Monty Python and Unpronouncable Figures of Speech

  1. Those guys are hilarious. We LOVE Monty Python! Thanks for sharing!

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