The concept of conversation : from Cicero's Sermo to the Grand Siècle's conversation /
In the classical period, conversation referred to real conversations, conducted in the leisure time of noble men, and concerned with indefinite philosophical topics. Christianity inflected conversation with universal aspirations during the medieval centuries and the ars dictaminis, the art of letter...
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BJ2121 .R36 2018
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