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The Fourth International Congress of the International Plutarch Society, 3 to 6 July 1996.

The congress proceedings are available in Rhetorical Theory and Praxis in Plutarch. Acta of the IVth International Congress of the International Plutarch Society, Leuven, July 3-6, 1996. L. Van der Stockt (ed.), Éditions Peeters. Société des Études Classiques, Louvain/Namur, 2000.

Baldassarri, M., “Osservazioni sulla struttura del periodo e sulla costruzione ritmica del discorso nei Moralia di Plutarco.”

Beck, M., “Anecdote and the representation of Plutarch’s ethos.”

Boulogne, J., “Les Synkriseis de Plutarque. Une rhétorique de la SYNKRASIS.”

Brenk, F., “All for love. The rhetoric of exaggeration in Plutarch’s Erotikos.”

Burlando, A., “Breve nota a Plutarco, Demostene 1-2.”

Cammarota, M.R., “La tradizione retorica in tre declamazioni di Plutarco: De Alexandri Magni fortuna aut virtute, De fortuna Romanorum, De gloria Atheniensium.”

Cannatà Fera, M., “La retorica negli scritti pedagogici di Plutarco.”

Celentano, M.S., “La parodia nel “De garrulitate” di Plutarco tra teoria retorica e prassi communicative.”

Cosenza, P., “L’ uso dello SKOMMA e del GELOION nei Praecepta gerendae reipublicae di Plutarco.”

de Blois, L., “Traditional commonplaces in Plutarch’s image of Timoleon.”

D’Ippolito, G., “Plutarco e la retorica della intertestualità.”

Duff, T., “Plutarchean Synkrisis: comparisons and contradictions.”

Durán López, M., “Rhétorique du personnage et rhétorique de l’auteur dans la Vie de Thémistocle de Plutarque.”

Fernández Delgado, J.A., “Le Gryllus, une éthopée parodique.”

Frazier, F., “Les visages de la rhétorique contemporaine sous le regard de Plutarque.”

Galaz, M., “Rhetoric strategies of feminine speech in Plutarch.”

Geiger, J., “Plutarch on late Republican orators and rhetoric.”

Giannattasio Andria, R., “La parola dell’amicizia. Prassi retorica nel De amicorum multitudine.”

Harrison, G.W.M., “Tipping his hand: Plutarch’s preferences in the Quaestiones naturals.”

Ingenkamp, H.G., “Rhetorische und philosophische Mittel der Seelenheilung. Ein Vergleich zwischen Ciceros Tusculaner Disputationen und Plutarchs Seelenheilungsschriften.”

Larmour, D., “Metaphor and metonymy in the rhetoric of Plutarch’s Parallel Lives.”

Meriani, A., “Il discorso laconico in Plutarco. Un caso di elaborazione retorica delle fonti (Plut. Lys. 23, 12-13; Xen. H.G. 3, 4, 9).”

Muccioli, F., “La critica di Plutarco a Filisto e a Timeo.”

Opsomer, J., “Eironeia in the Corpus Plutarcheum (with an Appendix on Plutarch’s irony).”

Pelling, C., “Rhetoric, paideia, and psychology in Plutarch’s Lives.”

Pérez Jiménez, A., “La rétorica del silencio: el discurso de Volumnia en la Vida de Coriolano.”

Pordomingo, F., “Les citations poétiques du De Iside et Osiride: leur fonction dans le traité.”

Prandi, L., “L’Alessandro di Plutarco (Riflessioni su De Al. Magn. Fort. e su Alex.).”

Ramón Palerm, V., “El De Herodoti malignitate de Plutarco como epideixis retórica.”

Santaniello, C., “Nascita, conoscenza, morte: metafora e capovolgimento della vita terrena nelle descrizioni plutarchee dell’aldilà.”

Schepens, G., “Rhetoric in Plutarch’s Life of Pyrrhus.”

Schettino, M.T., “Sulla retorica del ritratto: ascendenze sallustiane nel Catilina plutarcheo.”

Schmidt, T., “La rhétorique des doublets chez Plutarque: le cas de barbaros kai […].”

Schrader, C., “Plutarco y la tradición retórica sobre Calias.”

Senzasono, L., “L’amplificazione nel De esu cranium.”

Stadter, P.A., “The rhetoric of virtue in Plutarch’s Lives.”

Teodorsson, S.-T., “Plutarch’s use of synonyms: a typical feature of his style.”

Titchener, F.B., “Practical rhetoric in Plutarch’s Nicias 26.6 and Thucydides 7.86.5.”

Volpe Cacciatore, P., “Plutarco e Massimo Tirio: procedimenti retorici e tecnica formale.”

Zanetto, G., “Plutarch’s dialogues as “comic dramas.”

 

 


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