Shenoute’s Rhetorical Discourse: Points for Thought from a Structuralist Approach

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Ariel Shisha-Halevy



The ongoing study of Shenoute’s specific rhetoricity requires a syntagmatical analysis of contrasting marked and unmarked macrosyntactic elements. This article will present some of the issues related to the examination of Shenoute’s syntax that will provide illumination in reference to his rhetoricity. These issues include: (1) some major rhetorical features of Shenoute’s writing; (2) evalutation of Shenounte’s style; (3) consideration of “Broad Rhetoric;” (4) “weirdness” in the text, and high-level paradigmatic as rhetorical signals.


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