The Kick-About #21 ‘The Five Canons Of Rhetoric’

The Kick-About explores rhetoric in a variety of ways.

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The Kick-About comes of age today, with Edition No. 21. Let me begin by saying how restorative, ordering and genuinely exciting I find our collective runarounds. Through your emails, comments and conversations, I know you value the Kick-About too, seeing it as an opportunity to make some new stuff, finish some older stuff, get something done, take risks, recreate, and get your hands dirty. It gives me great pleasure to host your work on here. Red’s Kingdom is lucky to have you. Long may we play together.

Last time, we tied ourselves in knots; even so, I suspect this prompt proved knottier.


Vanessa Clegg

“The definition of rhetoric in the little Oxford dictionary is: art of persuasive speaking or writing; inflated or exaggerated language. Based on that (with a bit of Samuel Beckett’s ‘Not I’) I’ve spliced together the opening lines of Barack Obama’s inauguration speech with a selection…

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6 responses to “The Kick-About #21 ‘The Five Canons Of Rhetoric’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Many thanks, Kerfe!

    Like

  2. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Lovely contributions, Kerfe. A most intriguing topic this month.

    Liked by 1 person

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