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Encounters with Kenneth Burke

William H. Rueckert's landmark 1963 study, Kenneth Burke and the Drama of Human Relations, is often credited with bringing the field of Burke studies into existence. Here, Rueckert has gathered his "encounters" with Burke over the past thirty years--brieft talks, position papers, rethinking and reformation of earlier ideas, and detailed analyses of individual texts--into one volume that offers readers the best of Burkean criticism.

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