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It may not be important to know the member of the Medici family addressed in the closing peroratio of the Principe, nor is it essential to be familiar with the details of Castiglione's relationship with the Papal power in order to enjoy the literary greatness of the Cortegiano.
Die tradisionele handelingsfases soos proloog, eksposisie, motoriese moment, verwikkeling, klimaks, peripeteia, afwikkeling en epiloog toon dus nie sonder rede nie 'n parallel met die teksdele waarmee retorici gewerk het, naamlik die exordium (inleiding), narratio (vertelling), propositio en partitio (stelling en indeling), argumentatio (argumentasie) en peroratio (slot).
C-D engage in refutation (discrediting opposing views) and Part III is the peroratio (conclusion).
Letter 191 rehearses the entire case but in the name of the archbishop of Rheims and thus forms both the peroratio and the record of a lower judge to the higher instance.
Finally comes (e) the peroratio, which concludes by arousing the auditors' emotions; it may include enlargements (amplificatio) of the theme or summaries (enumeratio) of the main points, as well as exhortations (cohortatio) to hold fast to the speaker's conclusion.
Finally, (e) a peroratio will conclude the speech by summarizing the argument or by appealing to the emotions of the audience (6.
6) A peroratio (or [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), which concludes the speech by emphasizing the main point (amplificatio), or by summarizing the arguments (enumeratio), or by appealing to the auditors' emotions, or by exhorting them to action (exhortatio).
Anderson [Leiden: Brill, 1998], 112-208), elaborates on four essential rhetorical moves: (a) exordium, (b) narratio, (c) argumentatio, and (d) peroratio, but he also discusses several optional or subordinate moves, including (e) proemium, (f) insinuatio, (g) initium, (h) digressio, (i) transitus, (j) amplificatio, (k) exempla, and (l) recapitulatio.
In the peroratio of her book, Otterstedt uses this valuable and provocative observation to suggest that "we must relearn to appreciate the quality of sound.
18, "Die Peroratio (Hatima) als Kompositionsform der rabbinischen Homilie" [1978]).
Oration 3, apparently a peroratio meant to follow the same argument, was also a plea for sympathy and, as the title "petitio" implied, a formal request for the degree itself.
Hardison says the "standard prose form" of the sixteenth century, when the essay was invented, was the "oration" (13), a highly conventionalized and difficult mode of writing comprising effects taken from Greek rhetoric: exordium (expressing the main point), confirmatio (arguments in favor of the main point), refutatio (answering arguments against the main point), and peroratio (summary and restatement of the main point).